nearvideo-Chelsea Manning says that they are not complying with the new grand jury subpoena
Raw video: Former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning says, to witness your attitude in front of a grand jury about her contacts with WikiLeaks has not changed.
The former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning is headed back to prison for the refusal of a witness before a grand jury in the WikiLeaks probe.
Manning served two months at the William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center in Alexandria, Va. for a contempt charge about the same Problem, but was released on Friday after the grand jury term expired.
TO WITNESS CHELSEA MANNING RELEASED FROM PRISON, AFTER HE REFUSED, IN FRONT OF A GRAND JURY
This time, judge Manning ordered to the Alexandria Detention Center, where they can face up to 18 months in prison, the length of the grand jury term, unless it agrees to co-operate with the investigation earlier.
Manning said she would rather stay in prison forever as a witness to the grand jury, probing Wikileaks, describes the subpoena as “an attempt to me back in detention.”
“There is nothing new,” Manning said Thursday during a press conference in front of her court in Alexandria. “They are not something new, there is no new information.”
She said to the judge, you would starve to death, “dear”, as compliance with the subpoena.
“Facing prison again, you may not change today, my attitude,” Manning said before the input of your hearing. “The prosecutors are deliberately placing me in an impossible situation.”
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Manning was found guilty of espionage and theft in 2013, and was sentenced to 35 years in prison, after the leaked secret documents to Wikileaks’ Julian Assange. Her sentence was commuted by President Barack Obama in year 2017, and was released from prison, after seven years of imprisonment.