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Chelsea Manning faces punishment for suicide attempt, highlighting injustice of US prison system

While UK prosecutors tell Lauri Love he has nothing to fear, Chelsea Manning, already tortured, is threatened with new charges and potentially indefinite solitary confinement in response to her attempt to take her own life


Courage at the 2016 HOPE Conference

Courage hosted a panel discussion on our beneficiaries, featuring a statement from Chelsea Manning and a videolink discussion with Lauri Love; on another panel, Naomi Colvin and Carey Shenkman joined Jesselyn Radack to discuss leak hypocrisy

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Lauri Love calls for fair play and justice as extradition hearing concludes

Ruling scheduled for 16 September 2016; Property Act hearing postponed; Lauri Love appears at HOPE conference via videolink

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Support Courage’s emergency funding drive to defend whistleblowers worldwide

Support Courage as we launch a major funding drive for core costs, to continue our work defending the truthtellers most at risk, including Edward Snowden and Chelsea Manning (aussi en français)


Chelsea Manning’s lawyers confirm health status, privacy breach

Chelsea Manning’s attorneys Chase Strangio, Vincent Ward and Nancy Hollander released a joint statement today updating the public on Chelsea's health status and the Army's unauthorised release of her private medical information


Chelsea Manning’s Legal Team Responds to Unconfirmed Rumors About Her Hospitalization

The following press statement was issued on 6 July 2016 with the approval of Chelsea Manning's legal team.

Antoine Deltour on the 'Anything to Say?' statue (click for source)

Whistleblower Antoine Deltour receives 12-month suspended sentence

Though he avoids jail time, Deltour criticised the sentence for its broader impact, calling it a "warning towards future whistleblowers, which is detrimental to citizen’s information and the good functioning of the democracy."