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Witness Profiles | US v Pfc. Manning, Table of Contents

US v. Pfc. Manning is being conducted in de facto secrecy. This page is developing and updated on a regular basis.

For more information on the lack of public and press access to United States v. Pfc. Manning, visit the Center for Constitutional Rights, which filed a petition requesting the Army Court of Criminal Appeals (ACCA) "to order the Judge to grant the public and press access to the government's motion papers, the court's own orders, and transcripts of proceedings, none of which have been made public to date."

This list contains profiles of witnesses, who were both approved and denied by the Investigating Officer or the Court in the legal proceedings of US v. Pfc. Manning.

US Army

Leaders of the 2nd Brigade Combat Team (2BCT), 10th Mountain Division (10th MTN Div.)

Headquarters and Headquarters Company (HHC)

S6 Section

S2 Section

Containerized Housing Unit (CHU)

Supply Room

Fort Huachuca, AZ

US Law Enforcement Agents & Contractors

Over 22 Army CID (including CCIU) agents participated in the investigation of the investigation of Pfc. Manning.

Army CID


Diplomatic Security Services (DSS) at the Department of State (DoS)

Unidentfied Law Enforcement or Intelligence Agency

Confidential Informants

Original Classification Authorities

White House

  • President Barack Obama

Department of Defense

  • Secretary of Defense Robert Gates

Department of State

  • Ms. Rena Bitter, director of the Operations Center (S/ES-O) at the U.S. Department of State

  • Ms. Catherine Brown, the current Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Intelligence and Research at the U.S. Department of State

  • Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State

  • Ms. Marguerite Coffey, former State Department director of the Office of Management Policy, Right Sizing, and Innovation who also acted as the supervisor of the WikiLeaks Mitigation Team

  • Patrick F. Kennedy, Under Secretary, Management, Department of State

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