The American soldier sentenced to 35 years in jail for passing secret documents to WikiLeaks asked to be considered a woman on Thursday and requested sex change therapy.
This undated photo courtesy of the US Army shows a photo of Bradley Manning in wig and make-up. Manning, the US Army soldier sentenced to 35 years for passing secret documents to WikiLeaks, asked to be considered a woman on Thursday and requested sex change therapy.
"I am Chelsea Manning, I am a female," the private previously known as Bradley Manning said, in a statement passed to defense lawyers and read out on NBC television.
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