Discussion in 'Wikileaks' started by Anonymous, Jun 3, 2011.
We are all Bradley Manning. Visit http://iam.bradleymanning.org to join us.
Great vid, everyone talks about Assange, but i think the martyr of this story is Bradley Manning, we have to fight to get him out of jail, to stop them torturing him, to stop a judgement circus having him jailed waiting for charges more than a year... Don't forget Bradley.
The video remembered me this: http://iam.bradleymanning.org/ ,everyone can tontribute i think !
Also LMAO at Leaveworth in Virginia. Its the "over there" theory of British geography
hey guys i just saw a Hawaiian anon's pic on the website
lets poon the shit outta this website and hope one day he will see it and know that he was not alone in his indignation
Bradley would be proud of those demonstrators hell i am and i think they have done a great job.
This got posted on the SaveBradley Facebook page an hour ago with the following quote, bold mine. I see what you did thar, Anonymous.
I'm going to try to get some locals together for a photo op for these guys. If there aren't any good flyers I'll make up a set tonight and post em here.
This doesn't go away.
Does he have a proper mattress, sheets and pillow yet for sleeping? For that matter, do they properly turn down the lights (or allow him to control them) at night?
From what I've heard his situation's improved immensely since he got moved. For instance, he can accept visitors now, including but not limited to his lawyer.
Yes. This is per Manning's own attorney...
Government to disclose evidence against WikiLeaks suspect in pretrial hearing - Washington Times
The Army is preparing to hold a pre-trial hearing that for the first time will disclose the government’s case in detail against the soldier accused of disseminating thousands of classified documents that were aired on the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
A spokeswoman for the Military District of Washington at Fort McNair, which has jurisdiction over the proceedings, said the investigative hearing, known as an Article 32, will be held “in the Washington area.”
Now at the Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, prison, Pfc. Bradley Manning will not be held in the brig at the Marine base in Quantico, Va. His treatment there stirred a wave of protest from his civilian lawyer and supporters who view him as a hero. Army officials did not disclose where the soldier will be held.
The defense, prosecutors and intelligence agencies have been sparring over what can be disclosed in open proceedings in a case involving the largest leak of classified information in U.S. history.
“We’re in the process of putting our finishing touches on our media plan for it,” said the Army spokeswoman, adding that the yet-to-be-scheduled hearing will be open to the press. She said it is command policy to ask the news media not to publish the the names of military personnel involved in the case.
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