Apparently, it was an accident.
Now he's talking tougher in the opposite way.
If the media won't publish every single one of his cables, then he's just going to have to do it himself.
Daniel Domscheit-Berg and Julian Assange are still going at it.
Lonely in the Fort Drumm barracks, Manning reached out to like-minded strangers on the Internet.
"Fighting legal cases across five countries? $1,000,000."
He's the guy who wrote 'The American.'
And also, a lonely man missing an ex-boyfriend.
We reserve the right to make you regret this.
So close, yet so far away.
He's now kept among medium-security inmates.
In many cases, prisoners were innocent. In others, released detainees went on to terrorize again.
WikiLeaks strikes again.
He's threatening to sue the 'Guardian' again.
Manning qualifies as a British citizen because his mother was born in Wales.
His crimes range from pasta theft to filling up his host's hard drive.
Is this the big Bank of America leak we were promised?
Called Manning's handling "ridiculous and counter-productive and stupid on the part of the Department of Defense."