Chelsea Manning released from jail after refusing to testify before grand jury
Chelsea Manning in custody after refusing to testify before federal grand jury in WikiLeaks probe
Chelsea Manning was found in contempt of court and taken into custody Friday after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury investigating anti-secrecy site WikiLeaks.
Chelsea Manning was freed from jail on Thursday following a roughly two-month stint behind bars, officials said.
She was released from the William G. Truesdale Adult Detention Center "around 5 pm today," Amy Bertsch, spokesperson for the Alexandria Sheriff's Office, told Fox News.
Manning was found in contempt of court in March and taken into custody after refusing to testify before a federal grand jury probing WikiLeaks.
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Manning’s official Twitter account also seemingly verified the news, retweeting an article on the subject.
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