The judge who put Manning in prison last year has said her imprisonment no longer serves a coercive purpose.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange says he cannot hear from his position on the dock nor can he talk with his lawyers.
“This is the evil of lawlessness in its purest form,” says Wikileak editor-in-chief, Kristinn Hrafnsson.
The Wikileaks founder still faces possible extradition to the US.
After seven long years, Ecuadorian president Lenín Moreno has withdrawn Julian Assange’s asylum status.
Julian Assange will find out today whether his arrest warrant is in the public’s interest.
Swedish authorities may have dropped their case against the WikiLeaks founder, but the UK hasn’t.
This does not mean he can leave the Ecuadorian embassy. At least not yet.
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Obama has said that Manning will be a free woman on 17th May.
Shortly after Wikileaks published transcripts of speeches made by Hillary Clinton, Julian Assange’s internet access was cut off.
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The UN may have ruled that Assange is free to go, but authorities are still waiting to arrest him.
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The arrest warrant out for Assange is still very much in play, despite him saying that he wants arrest warrants dropped.
The London Metropolitan Police believe it’s no longer viable to spend as much as they do on lying in wait for the Wikileaks founder.