16 Aug

Bradley Manning Did Not Hurt the United States

By Rainey Reitman In his sentencing hearing yesterday, Bradley Manning took the stand and apologized for the “hurt” he inflicted on the United States. While the legal strategy of Manning’s attorney at this point—as it would be for any attorney—is to convince the judge to reduce Manning’s sentence as much as possible, the public should […]

04 Jun

The Moral Imperative of Bradley Manning

Tuesday, 04 June 2013 10:04 By Ray McGovern, Consortium News | Op-Ed  Bradley Manning. (Photo: Bradley Manning Support Network / Flickr) Official Washington still glorifies George W. Bush’s “successful surge” in Iraq while ignoring the wanton slaughter inflicted on Iraqis. So, there remains a high-level desire to harshly punish Pvt. Bradley Manning for exposing the […]

03 Jun

Bradley Manning’s Legal Duty to Expose War Crimes

Bradley Manning’s Legal Duty to Expose War Crimes Monday, 03 June 2013 09:29 By Marjorie Cohn, Truthout | News Analysis The O’Leary: In Obama’s America the true patriot is labeled a criminal. What a disaster Obama is.   Bradley Manning (Image by Jared Rodriguez / Truthout) Although whistleblower Bradley Manning pled guilty to 10 offenses […]

09 Mar

We Are Bradley Manning

by  Chris Hedges I was in a military courtroom at Fort Meade in Maryland on Thursday as Pfc. Bradley Manning admitted giving classified government documents to WikiLeaks. The hundreds of thousands of leaked documents exposed U.S. war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as government misconduct. A statement that Manning made to the court […]

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