WikiLeaks

12:15pm

Tue July 12, 2011
The Two-Way

U.N. Official Says U.S. Is Breaking Rules In Torture Investigation

While serving in Iraq, Manning was stationed 40 miles east of Baghdad. He was arrested after video shot from a U.S. military helicopter was posted online.
Frontline

The United Nations chief torture investigator said the United States was violating U.N. rules, after the country denied him unmonitored access to Bradley Manning, the Army private charged with leaking among other things classified diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks.

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