Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning Lawyer Alleges Slow Trial is “An Absolute Mockery” of Rights

Bradley Manning Lawyer Alleges Slow Trial is

By the time Bradley Manning goes to trial next February for the alleged transmission of state secrets to WikiLeaks he will have spent as much time in military custody as it would take to build the Empire State building twice over, his lawyer has protested. David Coombs, Manning's civilian lawyer, has filed a motion with the army court hearing the US soldier's court martial calling for all charges against him to be dismissed on grounds that his right to a speedy trial have been violated. The U

October 7, 2012 No Comments Full Story

Call to Action from the Bradley Manning Support Network: “Join us at Fort Meade June 6-8th to support Bradley Manning!”

Call to Action from the Bradley Manning Support Network:

Alleged WikiLeaker PFC Bradley Manning has won the 2012 Global Exchange People’s Choice Human Rights Award, and been nominated twice for the Nobel Peace Prize, but the struggle for his freedom is far from over. His pretrial hearings have major implications for the rights of soldiers as well as the public’s right to know important truths about our wars and other overseas engagements. Shamefully, at the last hearing which took place April 24-26th, the government clarified that it does not b

May 20, 2012 No Comments Full Story

Bradley Manning’s Motion Hearing Scheduled for March 15

Bradley Manning's Motion Hearing Scheduled for March 15

Ft. Meade announces Manning’s next court date is March 15. In an official news release email, the Ft. Meade media desk announces that military judge Denise Lind scheduled Bradley Manning’s motion hearing for March 15, at 10 AM EST, at Ft. Meade, MD. It could last two days, as the media advisory email notes, “For planning purposes, this hearing is scheduled for March 15 and 16. The hearing is open to the public. Manning’s lawyer, David Coombs, has requested a May start date for the co

March 2, 2012 No Comments Full Story

Bradley Manning’s Visitors Detained at Quantico

Bradley Manning’s Visitors Detained at Quantico

By Michael Whitney — At roughly 1:00 pm [January 23], upon driving onto the base at Quantico, David House and blogger Jane Hamsher were detained by military guards. House, who is on the Quantico Brig’s visitation list, has been visiting Bradley Manning in confinement since last September. In December 2010, House came forward with testimony that he witnessed a deterioration in Manning’s physical and mental state due to the conditions of Manning’s solitary confinement. House traveled to

January 24, 2011 No Comments Full Story

Psychologists for Social Responsibility Open Letter on PFC Bradley Manning’s Solitary Confinement

Psychologists for Social Responsibility Open Letter on PFC Bradley Manning’s Solitary Confinement

January 3, 2011 The Honorable Robert M. Gates Secretary 100 Defense Pentagon Washington, DC  20301 Dear Mr. Secretary: Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR) is deeply concerned about the conditions under which PFC Bradley Manning is being held at the Quantico Marine Corps Base in Virginia. It has been reported and verified by his attorney that PFC Manning has been held in solitary confinement since July of 2010. He reportedly is held in his cell for approximately

January 4, 2011 No Comments Full Story

Help End the Inhumane Treatment of Bradley Manning

Help End the Inhumane Treatment of Bradley Manning

From the Bradley Manning Support Network. December 22, 2010 — The Marine Brig at Quantico, Virginia is using “injury prevention” as a vehicle to inflict extreme pre-trial punishment on accused Wikileaks whistleblower Army PFC Bradley Manning (photo right). These “maximum conditions” are not unheard-of during an inmate’s first week at a military confinement facility, but when applied continuously for months and with no end in sight they amount to a form of torture. Bradley, who jus

December 23, 2010 No Comments Full Story

Defend Private Bradley Manning

Defend Private Bradley Manning

October 24, 2010 No Comments Full Story

 

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