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Chelsea Manning given solitary confinement for suicide attempt

Manning: "I am feeling hurt. I am feeling lonely. I am embarrassed by the decision. I don’t know how to explain it. I am touched by your warm messages of love and support. This comforts me in my time of need."

Lauri Love at Westminster Magistrates' Court, photo by Jason Moon

What’s next for Lauri Love

The three US extradition requests now go to the Home Secretary, but the High Court will be asked to consider Theresa May's forum bar in due course

Lauri Love - photo by Jason Moon

British Judge rules that Lauri Love can be extradited to the United States on hacking charges

Lauri Love can appeal the ruling at a higher court, speaks outside of the courtroom after the ruling; Sarah Harrison condemns the decision; Lauri's legal counsel vow appeal

DN Harrison and Snowden

Sarah Harrison on Snowden’s escape, Oliver Stone’s film, Assange, Courage and whistleblowers

Returning to the UK for the first time since 2013, when she assisted Edward Snowden in his escape from Hong Kong to Moscow, Courage director Sarah Harrison speaks to the media about the whistleblower and her work in the meantime


Friday 16 September – Lauri Love extradition ruling

At 2pm on Friday 16 September, District Judge Nina Tempia will hand down her ruling on whether Lauri Love should be protected from extradition to the United States, where he faces a potential 99-year prison sentence


Barrett Brown scheduled for early release: November 29

In response to the announcement, Barrett said, "Well, I certainly know when I’m not wanted.”


New Zealand criminalises whistleblowing, expands surveillance powers

New Zealand government follows other Five Eyes countries in surveilling its citizens and imprisoning those who speak out against it