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Chelsea Manning Faces New Charges After Suicide Attempt

HeadlineJul 29, 2016

Imprisoned Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning faces new charges after she tried to commit suicide on July 5. The Army told Manning yesterday she is being investigated on charges that include having prohibited property in her cell and resisting being moved out of the cell. If convicted, Manning could face punishment including indefinite solitary confinement and additional time in prison. It could also negate the chance of parole. Manning is serving a 35-year sentence at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

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