Harvard dean says offering Chelsea Manning fellowship was a "mistake

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--Douglas W. Elmendorf, the dean of Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government, writing in a 700-word statement apologizing for extending the offer of a visiting fellowship to Chelsea Manning, the former Army private who was convicted of espionage and theft for leaking sensitive information to the cyber-anarchist site Wikileaks. In total, Manning released more than 700,000 files detailing the civilian casualties of American military actions abroad.

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