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Capt. Ashden Fein

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Chief Prosecutor

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Ashden Fein, the chief ..., 31 July 2013 [cached]
Ashden Fein, the chief prosecutor, told the judge.
Ashden Fein, the chief ..., 30 July 2013 [cached]
Ashden Fein, the chief prosecutor, told the judge.
The defense, however, portrayed Manning as a small-town youth from Oklahoma who joined the Army with good intentions, only to become deeply bothered when he discovered what he believed to be government misconduct.
Ashden Fein, the lead ..., 26 April 2012 [cached]
Ashden Fein, the lead prosecutor, told the judge. What is relevant at this point, he said, is what Manning actually did and how he did it.
Fein said the burden of proving actual damages isn't the government's responsibility, and that that information, should it be considered at all, should be reserved until sentencing.
Manning Pleads Guilty, Saying He Hoped to Spark Public Debate | 100 Reporters, 1 Mar 2013 [cached]
Earlier in the week, lead prosecutor Ashden Fein raised concerns about allowing Manning to read a prepared statement, saying the move would deny the government an opportunity to cross examine its contents.
"Some aggravation is likely to occur during a dialogue with a judge. It's just strange for the accused to be sworn, and then read a prepared statement," Fein said.
Fein said on Wednesday that the government planned to call 141 witnesses, including 15 who would say WikiLeaks information caused harm to the United States. He asked for closed-door sessions on 33 of those witnesses, because some of their testimony could reveal classified information.
Judge Limits Manning Defense | 100 Reporters, 28 Feb 2013 [cached]
During the hearing, lead prosecutor Ashden Fein argued asked the court to use a definition of "giving information to the enemy" that did not require receipt of that information by the enemy.
He said the government would call as a witness a forensic examiner who would "show connections between Bradley Manning's SD card found at his Aunt's house, information he had access to in Iraq, and information found connected to Osama bin Laden."
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