After being missing for seven days, whistleblower Chelsea Manning has made contact. Her prison warders threw her into solitary for a week and didn't tell her lawyers or friends where she was.
Manning attorney Nancy Hollander wrote, "We have spoken with Chelsea. She had been serving her 7 days in disciplinary
segregation until this afternoon. During that time she was unable to
communicate with friends, family and supporters. She is doing ok and is
thankful for all of the love and support. Her attorneys have been and will
continue to monitor her situation."
We spoke to Chelsea.She had been in disciplinary segregation. Now out and ok. She thanks all for love and support.We will monitor situation.
— Nancy Hollander (@NancyHollander_) October 11, 2016