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President Obama Commutes Chelsea Manning’s Sentence

January 17, 2017. Chelsea’s attorney Nancy Hollander, who spoke with President Obama’s counsel earlier today, confirms that “Chelsea will walk out of Fort Leavenworth a free woman in four months, on May 17th.”

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Internet wants to give Chelsea a hug

January 16, 2016. Fight for the Future (FTFF) backs #HugsForChelsea online campaign, as we all wait to see if President Obama will reduce Chelsea’s 35-year prison sentence before leaving office next week.

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ACLU, LGBT groups ask Obama to approve Chelsea Manning’s clemency request

December 5, 2016. The American Civil Liberties Union and more than a dozen gay and transgender rights groups are urging President Obama to commute the prison sentence of Chelsea Manning so she can have a chance at a “real, meaningful life.”

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Looking forward: We must stay strong and stay together

December 1, 2016. Chelsea asks, “How will we protect ourselves and unite together?” moving forward in new letter published online at Medium. “Every day, I can feel the slow terror of us going backwards. Repression. People losing their heath care. People being stopped from voting.”

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Chelsea Manning Support Network coming to an end

Chelsea Manning Support Network. December 1, 2016. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be bringing the Chelsea Manning Support Network to an end. We will be transferring the chelseamanning.org domain to representatives of Chelsea Manning on February 1, 2017, for a new website that will launch early in 2017.

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Chelsea makes appeal for release before Trump takes office

November 14, 2016. With the clock running down on the current presidency, Chelsea is making her last, and what we hope will be the most promising, stab at persuading Obama to set her free with time served, after more than six years in custody.

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Chelsea tried committing suicide a second time in October

November 4, 2016. Chelsea has been informed that the Army will hold another disciplinary hearing on the second attempted suicide, which was prompted by the punishment given by the first disciplinary hearing following her initial suicide attempt. Meanwhile, Army stages fake prison break for Chelsea, for unknown reasons.

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Chelsea Manning: I can’t vote. If you can, you must

November 2, 2016. Chelsea’s op-ed in the Guardian, “Despite what they say, suffrage isn’t universal. If you’re privileged enough to be able to vote, don’t waste the opportunity that not everyone is afforded.”

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Prison punishes Chelsea with 14 days of solitary for suicide attempt

September 23, 2016. Chelsea Manning faced a disciplinary board yesterday for charges related to her July suicide attempt. The prison punished her with 14 days of solitary confinement.

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Chelsea still faces charges for suicide attempt: Daniel Ellsberg, Michael Stipe release videos of support

September 13, 2016. Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg and musician Michael Stipe release videos of support for Chelsea as she faces charges related to her own suicide attempt. If convicted at a disciplinary board later this month, Chelsea could face indefinite solitary confinement for the rest of her prison sentence (30 years).

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