Chelsea Manning on being a whistleblower, the UK trans debate and JK Rowling

Chelsea manning on being a whistleblower, the uk trans debate and jk rowling

Channel 4 News published this video item, entitled “Chelsea Manning on being a whistleblower, the UK trans debate and JK Rowling” – below is their description.

It was the largest data leak in US military history, sending shockwaves across the world and propelling Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange to global prominence.

Ciaran Jenkins has been speaking to Chelsea Manning, the former army intelligence officer who leaked hundreds of thousands of classified documents to Wikileaks in 2010.


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