NYTimes eXaminer :: Evidently, nothing. Or so you would think if you relied on New York Times coverage. Bradley Manning, as Times readers may recall if they consult their way-back machines, is the American soldier whom the U.S. Army has charged with crimes related to his alleged passing of classified material to WikiLeaks.
It is not that Bradley Manning is inconsequential or that the New York Times had no interest in Manning or in matters relating to WikiLeaks. Manning is probably the only accused whistleblower most Americans can name.
[Marie Burns:] There can be no question that Times management, which profited from its access to the WikiLeaks documents, has knocked itself out distancing the paper from Manning and WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. ...
The Manning case tests fundamental American rights and should receive regular, prominent coverage.
An evaluation of the coverage - Continue to read here Marie Burns, www.nytexaminer.com
HT: JLLLOW, via Mathew Ingram, here: