The Judicial Lynching of Bradley Manning

Posted on Jun 9, 2013 AP/Patrick Semansky Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is escorted out of a courthouse at Fort Meade, Md., on Wednesday after the third day of his court-martial. By Chris Hedges FORT MEADE, Md.—The military trial of Bradley Manning is a judicial lynching. The government has effectively muzzled the defense team. The Army private first…

Rejecting the Offer of Evidence of US War Crimes By Dave Lindorff

Rejecting the Offer of Evidence of US War Crimes By Dave Lindorff Private Bradley Manning is a human rights hero being mercilessly persecuted by the Obama administration for telling the truth. It’s a story barely covered by the New York Times and Washington Post, who long ago ignored his efforts to tell them about US…

Manning plea statement: Americans had a right to know ‘true cost of war’

After admitting guilt in 10 of 22 charges, soldier reveals how he came to share classified documents with WikiLeaks and talks of ‘bloodlust’ of US helicopter crew http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/28/bradley-manning-trial-plea-statement Bradley Manning, the solider accused of the biggest unauthorised disclosure of state secrets in US history, has admitted for the first time to being the source of the…

Bradley Manning: a tale of liberty lost in America

http://www.opednews.com/articles/Bradley-Manning-a-tale-of-by-Glenn-Greenwald-121201-870.html Bradley Manning: a tale of liberty lost in America By Glenn Greenwald The US does nothing to punish those guilty of war crimes or Wall Street fraud, yet demonizes the whistleblower Over the past two-and-a-half years, all of which he has spent in a military prison, much has been said about Bradley Manning, but…

Bradley Manning: A Window Into The American Soul

Paul Craig Roberts Liberty consists of government being ruled by law and citizens having control over law. This was the way our founding fathers set up the US Constitution. It is the Constitution that defines the United States.  Every member of the government and the armed forces swears allegiance to the Constitution–not to the government…

Breanna (Bradley) Manning Accepts Responsibility

Why, what it means (and doesn’t), and what next By Jeff Paterson, Courage to Resist. November 19, 2012. Published at Allvoices.com Army Private Bradley Manning recently informed the military court that he was, in fact, the source of information published by WikiLeaks. While the 24 year old Intelligence Analyst, effectively, took responsibility for transferring classified…

Bradley Manning offered on Wednesday to plead guilty to parts of the charges he is facing, in exchange for the government pursuing lesser charges.

Bradley Manning Offers to Plead Guilty to Partial Charges, Including Leaking to WikiLeaks By Kim ZetterEmail Author Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, left, is escorted from a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md., Thursday, Dec. 22, 2011. Photo: Patrick Semansky / AP In a surprising turn of events, accused WikiLeaks leaker Bradley Manning offered on Wednesday to…

Golden Dawn Immigrants : Fake NeoNazi’s

All those links were sent to me on Twitter via @Canada_Kat (thank you very much )and I am more than glad to post them,I do believe I will find more on those people due time.No threats allowed according to the WP policy or the HR declaration and all the conventions etc etc etc. So please…

Political Cartoon: Free Bradley Manning, Nobel nominee, WikiLeaks whistleblower

Originally posted on The Red Phoenix:
“Nobel Peace Prize nominee PFC Bradley Manning, a 24-year-old Army intelligence analyst, is accused of releasing the Collateral Murder video, that shows the killing of unarmed civilians and two Reuters journalists, by a US Apache helicopter crew in Iraq. He is also accused of sharing the Afghan War Diary,…

Bradley Manning Trial: A Mockery of Justice

Bradley Manning’s lawyer, David Coombs, has filed a 117-page motion calling for the dismissal of all charges with prejudice, for lack of a speedy trial. When he argues the motion at Ft. Meade, October 29 – November 2, Bradley will have been in pretrial confinement for nearly 900 days.  By Nathan Fuller It’s appropriate that…