Jesse L. Jackson Jr., the former United States representative from Illinois, was sentenced to 30 months in prison plus three years of supervised release following his guilty plea in February to one ... more 
Jesse L. Jackson Jr., the former United States representative from Illinois, was sentenced to 30 months in prison plus three years of supervised release following his guilty plea in February to one count of felony wire and mail fraud in connection with his use of $750,000 in campaign money. Army psychiatrist Cmdr. David Moulton, testifying during the defense portion of the sentencing hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning, said Manning showed signs of behavioral disorders that got worse when he felt stress, and during deployment in Iraq he was considering whether to live as a woman. The Manning, less 
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Wed, Aug 14, 2013 6:30 PM EDT