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US v WikiLeaks | Investigating Agents and Officials

This list is incomplete. It is a work in progress. This list does not include all of the agents and officials named in testimony given in US v PFC Manning or already disclosed publicly to date. I am working on that now as I enter the information into the time line.

Agents, here, refers to people working directly investigating Pfc. Manning, WikiLeaks employees, and others.

Officials, here, refers to US Government employees named by testifying agents, who directly facilitated the investigation by handling evidence or interrogating witnesses.

Officials, here, does not refer to the Original Classification Authorities or those persons who collected, drafted, edited, or testified concerning agency damage assessments and national security impact statements.

 

  • Special Agent Troy Bettencourt, Army CID

  • Unnamed CID Agents who accompanied Special Agent Troy Bettencourt, Army CID on all but one of his interviews of more than ten unnamed individuals.

  • Special Agent Mark Mander, CCIU

  • Two unnamed agents sent by CCIU to CENTCOM in Florida where they obtained log files related to investigation of the Garani airstrike video. [One could be Agent Wilbur (sp.) CCIU who, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU_ testimony, analyzed the path to the Garani file.

  • Deputy SJA Schoenettles (sp.) Robert E. Schmidle, Deputy Commander, US Cyber Command, who provided background info on Garani air strike.
  • , according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony]

  • Unnamed personnel at the State Department concerning Intellink, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony

  • Unnamed personnel at the Intelink that gave Special Agent Mander a disk with logs.

  • Four unnamed agents that interviewed Manning's aunt, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • State Department agent that interviewed Manning's aunt, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Unnamed authorizing authority (a magistrate) for the warrant to search Manning's personals after he was placed in confinement, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Agent Aims , acting Operations Officer did search authorization, interviews and administrative tasks, also Special Agent Mark Mander's CCIU supervisor.

  • Agent King , acting Operations Officer did search authorization, interviews and administrative tasksSpecial Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Special Agent Schaller (sp.) , who did analysis of media from Iraq, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Special Agent Johnson, who did analysis of media from Iraq, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Another Special Agent [Missed Name in Transcript], who did analysis of media from Iraq,according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony

  • Agent Wilbur (sp.), CCIU, who analyzed the path to the Garani file, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Special Agent Edward, CCIU, who, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony, Adrian Lamo contacted at the end of May 2010.

  • Two unnamed agents went to the US State Department to collect cables, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Unnamed CID Agent who collect Manning's personals at the Kuwait facility where Manning was confined, according to Special Agent Mark Mander's (CCIU) testimony.

  • Special Agent Calder Robinson, CCIU

  • Unnamed person who called Special Agent Calder Robinson, CCIU on May 29, 2010 and told him to travel to Iraq take control of digital evidence, conducted a preliminary forensic examination, and then transported to Camp Liberty in Baghdad and conducted preliminary forensic analysis.

  • Captain Thomas Cherepko, an information assurance manager for Manning's unit. See Article 32 Pretrial Hearing, Day 4.

  • An unnamed special agent that was responsible for collecting everything else other than hard drives, which Special Agent Calder Robinson, CCIU was responsible for collecting.

  • The unnamed investigating authorities that Special Agent Calder Robinson, CCIU testifies told him that the items he did not collected himself, belonging in fact to Manning.

  • Unnamed team members of Special Agent Calder Robinson, CCIU who may have instructed Cpt. Thomas Chirepko on how to perform forensic investigations. Cpt. Thomas Chirepko secured some network logs.

  • Special Agent Toni Graham, Army CID

  • Unnamed military magistrate that authorized search warrant in Iraq, according to Special Agent Toni Graham, Army CID testimony.

  • Unnamed individuals on Toni Graham, Army CID, investigation team.

  • Thomas Smith, a counter intelligence agent, who worked on Toni Graham, Army CID investigation team.

  • Unnamed commanders at Ft. Belvoir, who had "received intelligence from a unnamed confidential informant," according to Special Agent Toni Graham, Army CID testimony.

  • In June 2010, unnamed agents, who David House says, interview 4 or 5 unnamed individuals in Boston area.

  • In July and August, unnamed Army CID investigators, interview two "unknown American civilians" according to the New York Times. The Army CID investigators "were focusing in part on a group of friends who know Pfc. Manning" and investigators believe "that Manning's friends, who include students from MIT, and BU, might have connections to WikiLeaks."

  • In June 2010, unnamed investigators for the U.S. Department of Defense, the Department of State, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation who David House says he is questioned by both at his home and place of work in Cambridge.

  • On June 16, 2010, five unnamed Homeland Security agent's who appeared at the HOPE conference in midtown Manhattan the day before WikiLeaks Editor in Chief Assange is scheduled to speak, according to Eric Corely, publisher of 2600 Magazine.

  • Unnamed agents from Immigration and Customs Enforcement and from the Army's Criminal Investigation Command (CID) detain Jacob Appelbaum for three hours at Newark Airport and interrogate him about Mr. Assange. They seized his laptop computer and three cellphones.

  • In August 2010, two unnamed FBI agents question Jacob Appelbaum at the Defcon conference after his presentation about the Tor Project

  • On January 10, 2011, unnamed US Customs and Border Patrol agents at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport detained, searched, and questioned upon Appelbaum on return from vacation in Iceland.

  • On November 3, 2010, David House and his girlfriend are met and examined in the concourse of Chicago O'Hara by unnamed customs agents, who extensively search their bags. They are detained for questioning by two men, Marcial Santiago and Darin Louck, who identified themselves as Homeland Security Agents. House subsequently learned from Agent Santiago that although Agent Louck identified himself as a Homeland Security agent, he is, in fact, with the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. House's electronic products were seized at a "border search". Acceptance/CHAIN of CUSTODY includes Special Agent, R. Hart,of Chicago, ICE. Although his electronic devices were taken into custody by 'R. Hart, SAC CHI ICE,' they were returned to him from the 'DHS CIS New York District Office.