A former U.S Army Intelligence analyst and a whistleblower source for Wikileaks Chhlsea Manning could be jailed again if she shows contempt for a new grand jury subpoena, as reported by a U.S law enforcement source, as well as by Manning herself.
Manning was released last Thursday after spending 62 days behind bars for refusing to comply with a grand jury subpoena for testimony in an investigation into WikiLeaks by U.S. prosecutors in Alexandria, Virginia.
The first grand jury expired and Manning was immediately summoned to appear before a new grand jury on May 16 to testify on WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange.
A law enforcement source said on Monday that if Manning refuses to testify, prosecutors will likely request that she be jailed again for contempt.
On Friday, Manning appeared in a YouTube video declaring that she will continue to refuse to cooperate. "When I arrive at the court house this coming Thursday, what happened last time will occur again. I will not cooperate with this or any other grand jury," Manning said.