Military sex chat
Military sex chat
( PM) Manning: im an army intelligence analyst, deployed to eastern baghdad, pending discharge for "adjustment disorder" [. .]( PM) Manning: im sure you're pretty busy...( PM) Manning: if you had unprecedented access to classified networks 14 hours a day 7 days a week for 8 months, what would you do? " – Intelligence Analyst (35F)Manning told Lamo that he had provided Wikileaks with 260,000 classified State Department diplomatic cables.( PM) Adrian Lamo [AUTO-REPLY]: Tired of being tired( PM) Manning: ? Lamo asked him for details on what scandals the cables might expose.
Lamo tipped off the FBI and the Army about Manning's claims, and on May 26, Manning was seized by Army authorities and put into pre-trial detention in Kuwait.Grassley said the report shows the 2013 reforms did not go far enough.“Forty-two percent of service member survivors who reported retaliation were encouraged to drop the issue by their supervisor, or someone else in their chain of command,’’ Grassely said.“A majority of service member survivors indicated that they were not satisfied with the official actions taken against the alleged perpetrator.Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John Mc Cain, R-Ariz., said he opposed the proposal but believed it deserved debate and a vote."It is a serious issue of the utmost importance to the military,'' he said.Gillibrand said she still hopes to meet with President Obama to persuade him that change is needed."Three years ago (he) said that he wanted to see real reform done in a year’s time,'' she said.The Air Force and Coast Guard didn’t respond to the FOIA request.“The Pentagon was unable to provide a single example of a commander ‘insisting’ a case be prosecuted,’’ Protect Our Defenders found.
“Instead, in every case for which such information was provided, either military investigators or military attorneys were the ones to request jurisdiction over the case.Crucially, the military did not identify a single case where a commander sent a case to trial after a military prosecutor refused to prosecute.’’“In most cases, civilian police declined the case or civilian authorities deferred to the military based on jurisdictional issues unrelated to the facts of the case—for example, in one deferred case, the accused was deployed in Iraq,’’ the report said.The Associated Press also looked at the files and came to a similar conclusion.“Civilian prosecutors interviewed by the AP said it's not unusual to transfer a sexual assault case to the military for investigation or prosecution, particularly when the incident occurred off post and involved two or more service members,’’ the AP reported.As received by Wired, the logs contained timestamps but not dates, so the dates below are approximate.We have substituted the instant messenger screen names with real names.This initial, brief chat with Lamo occurred after Manning had already sent the ex-hacker an e-mail.