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Chelsea Manning may face solitary confinement for having Jenner Vanity Fair issue | US news | The Guardian


Chelsea Manning may face solitary confinement for having Jenner Vanity Fair issue | US news | The Guardian:

Manning, a Guardian columnist
who writes about global affairs, intelligence issues and transgender
rights from prison in the brig of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, has
allegedly been charged with four violations of custody rules that her
lawyers have denounced as absurd and a form of harassment. The army
private is reportedly accused of having showed “disrespect”; of having
displayed “disorderly conduct” by sweeping food onto the floor during
dinner chow; of having kept “prohibited property” – that is books and
magazines – in her cell; and of having committing “medicine misuse”,
referring to the tube of toothpaste, according to Manning’s supporters.

The maximum punishment for such offences is an indeterminate amount of time in a solitary confinement cell.

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