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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Reveal the secrets of the United States soldiers-transgender Chelsea manning is aiming for the Senate

A former informant of WikiLeaks that publishes “leaks” of classified information, Chelsea manning intends to become a member of the Senate of the United States.

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It is known that she has already filed an application for participation in scheduled for November of 2018 elections to the upper house of the us Congress. Manning plans to run for the Democratic nomination. If elected, she would represent in the Senate of Maryland. Recall that in may last year, Chelsea manning came out of prison where he was serving a sentence for divulging state secrets. The decision to pardon the prisoner (originally sentenced to 35-year term), which before the sex change surgery was a member of the U.S. army Bradley Manning, adopted by President Barack Obama. According to the newspaper The Washington Post released from Fort Leavenworth immediately went to Maryland. Earlier, supporters of the convicted has already collected her $135 thousand, to give the opportunity after his release from prison rent a house and purchase all the necessities of life.


Bradley manning was arrested in may 2010. The guilt he was charged that he gave WikiLeaks classified data about the actions of the us military (in this context, it then has twice nominated for the Nobel peace prize). The verdict was announced on 21 August 2013, and the next day, manning announced the intention to change gender, self-paying the associated costs. Two years later, after a course of hormone therapy, former soldier formally recognized the woman.


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