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Manning Conviction Serious Blow To Govt Whistleblowers

July 31, 2013

Michael Ratner: Bradley Manning’s conviction demonstrates Obama administration’s ‘War on Whistleblowers’ in full effect

Military Court Finds Manning Not Guilty of “Aiding the Enemy”

July 30, 2013

Larry Wilkerson: Military culture dissuades whistleblowing, verdict is a symptom of the disease of endless war

Manning Found Guilty of Espionage, Faces 100-plus Years In Jail

July 30, 2013

Kevin Gosztola: Verdict’s impact will negatively affect future whistleblowers coming forward and NSA leaker Snowden

Judge in Bradley Manning Trial Refuses to Dismiss Most Serious Charges

July 18, 2013

Michael Ratner: Even though judge refused to grant defense motion to dismiss charges of aiding the enemy, Manning still could be found not guilty of that count.

Court Order Reveals Unprecedented Government Surveillance of Verizon Cell Phone Customers

June 6, 2013

Michael Ratner: Document revealing US spying on Verizon cell phone customers likely leaked by a whistleblower, which government is attempting to suppress through Bradley Manning trial

Gov Seeks Life for Manning; Hammond Could Face Ten Years

May 30, 2013

Michael Ratner: The government uses a sledge hammer to go after “truth tellers” Bradley Manning, Jeremy Hammond and Julian Assange

Wikileaks Releases Kissinger Cables and Two Decisions in Manning Trial

April 11, 2013

>> Wikileaks’ Public Library of US Diplomacy Full audio of Bradley Manning’s statement:

Hassan Ghani Reporting for The Real News

March 5, 2013
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