Thus far in the WikiLeaks saga, all the attention has circled the whistle-blowing website's founder, with little emphasis on the whistle-blower himself. But while Julian Assange remains in custody pending an appeal of the judge's decision to grant him bail, Salon's Glenn Greenwald looks at a different prison, some 3,600 miles away, where accused leaker Bradley Manning has been sitting in solitary confinement in a U.S. Marine brig for five months without ever being convicted of a crime. According to Greenwald's sources, Manning, who served a two-month stint in a military prison in Kuwait prior to being moved to Quantico, is being held as a "Maximum Custody Detainee," despite being a model prisoner. For 23 hours a day, Manning is held in solitary confinement, without a pillow or sheets or access to the news and barred from exercising, conditions that are "likely to create long-term psychological injuries." Wait a second, is Greenwald telling us that the U.S. government is willing to bend the law and play psychological games with people it perceives as a threat to national security? That doesn't sound like ... oh, never mind.