Chelsea Manning’s attorneys and support team say they haven’t been able to reach her for six days, and that she has missed several planned phone calls. The imprisoned former military intelligence analyst attempted suicide in July and was placed in solitary confinement last month as punishment.
Manning was sentenced to two weeks of solitary confinement for the suicide attempt, but had one week suspended. Her attorney, Chase Strangio of the American Civil Liberties Union, said Sunday that Manning hasn’t been in touch
A Twitter account manned by her support team says they are very concerned. Before the weekend she had already missed three planned phone calls with them.
Manning is imprisoned at the military correctional facility at Fort Leavenworth. Military officials have not issued any statement explaining her whereabouts.