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International Law Requried Manning to be a Whistleblower

August 21, 2013

Vijay Prashad: Obama Admin pursuit of Manning probably illegal under international law

Reality Asserts Itself - Vijay Prashad

August 9, 2013
In this segment of Reality Asserts Itself, Paul Jay and Vijay Prashad discuss the Chelsea Manning case in light of the 68th anniversary of signing the Nuremberg Charter which states it is illegal to follow orders to commit a war crime Note from the Editor: When this story was originally taped, August 2013, Chelsea Manning…

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

Manning Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy But Faces 130 Years in Prison

July 30, 2013

Michael Ratner offers context for Bradley Manning’s conviction and discusses possible outcomes of his upcoming sentencing

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:

Wikileaks, Assange, Manning

December 1, 2012
Michael Ratner: Manning describes cruel and unusual punishment; offers to plea to lesser charges

Gaddafi and Libya

May 11, 2011
WikiLeaks cables show that it was all about the oil   By Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers     WASHINGTON — In 2006, three years after the Russian government had charged Mikhail Khodorkovsky — then the country's wealthiest businessman — with fraud and moved to break up his Yukos oil company, U.S. diplomats had…

Resistance to the "Arab Spring" is Futile

May 11, 2011
WikiLeaks cables show that it was all about the oil   By Kevin G. Hall | McClatchy Newspapers     WASHINGTON — In 2006, three years after the Russian government had charged Mikhail Khodorkovsky — then the country's wealthiest businessman — with fraud and moved to break up his Yukos oil company, U.S. diplomats had…