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August 22, 2013
Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning

Claw over the parapet
Voice raised
Is voice gagged.
The world as in fact it is,
Isn’t. In a Democracy of liars
Is a lock-up for facts.

Three blows of a whistle:
One in hiding, embassy, London
One in hiding, transit building, Moscow
One in prison, U.S.A., somewhere

The stars and striping
Are bruises and lashes
This is the land of the free –
Where the fee for whistling
Is 136 years.

Bradley Manning is born free and is everywhere in chains.

— Peter Kennard

On Wednesday Bradley Manning was sentenced in a military court to 35 years in prison.

Bradley Manning was convicted for 35 years for uncovering US atrocities, Torture, Abuse, Soldiers Laughing As They Killed Innocent Civilians.

Edward Snowden was wise not to return to the USA.

Edward Snowden: A cat and mouse game

June 23, 2013
Edward Snowden charged with spying

Edward Snowden charged with spying

Edward Snowden Hong Kong statement

Edward Snowden Hong Kong statement

If Bradley Manning had not been so abused by the US authorities, one’s concern for the fate of Snowden might not be so considerable. — Jon Snow

I think this really illustrates how vindictive this president is and how much acrimony he has towards any kind of transparency. — Glenn Greenwald

A game of cat and mouse is being played out.

The US authorities have charged Edward Snowden with spying.

Spying implies working for a foreign agent or passing information to a foreign agent.

The charges against Snowden represent the seventh instance under the Obama presidency that the Espionage Act of 1917 has been used. During all previous American presidencies, the law has been used in a total of three instances to bring charges.

Edward Snowden has done neither. Edward Snowden has exposed a massive illegal surveillance operated by the state.

We should be applauding Edward Snowden, we should be throwing a party for him.

Secret courts have determined what is legal, what is not legal. Justice has to be seen to be done, only police states have secret courts.

It is claimed numerous terror plots have been stalled. But the evidence would appear to show the opposite. It is always easy to claim something that cannot easily be verified.

Did mass surveillance stop female students being massacred on a bus? Did it stop climbers being shot dead in cold blood?

After hacking their computers and phones, US demands cooperation from countries who may just choose to aid Edward Snowden.

Is is unbelievable, US threatened China, if Hong Kong did not hand over Edward Snowden.

US has been bullying Hong Kong to hand over Edward Snowden, but they are too late, he has fled to Moscow.

Two cars of the embassy of Ecuador in Moscow are parked outside the terminal where Edward Snowden, the former contractor for the U.S. National Security Agency, is believed to have landed in Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport, June 23, 2013.(Reuters / Maxim Shemetov)

Two cars of the embassy of Ecuador in Moscow are parked outside the terminal where Edward Snowden, the former contractor for the U.S. National Security Agency, is believed to have landed in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, June 23, 2013.(Reuters / Maxim Shemetov)

He may then travel on to Ecuador, as according to a their foreign minister, he has applied for political assylum in that country.

Does this mean we all have to cultivate friends in Russia, just in case we are obliged to flee?

Now US is warning Russia, if the do not hand over Edward Snowden.

Do I get the impression the bully on the block has got a bit too big for its boots, and having not got its way, is now throwing a tantrum?

Thank God we have Wikileaks!

The petition in support of Edward Snowden has now passed 100,000 signatures!

And who is the state spying on? Activists who campaigned against McDonald’s, the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence.

Those who grew up in the Cold War, did so under a constant barrage of propaganda that everything the other side of the Iron Curtain was bad, that all they did was spy on their own citizens, anyone who spoke out was sent to Gulag.

Are we not now finding that the West was no different? Nineteen Eighty-Four writ large, not only is Big Brother watching our every move, but there are three power blocs, anyone who is an enemy of Big Brother is an enemy of the people and must be eliminated, a world where we are at constant war, a world of privileges for the few, poverty for the masses.

What is utterly incomprehensible, there are hacks (it would elevate their status to call them journalists) like David Gregory who are calling for the prosecution of journalists like Glenn Greenwald for doing their job, holding those in power to account. I assume David Gregory wishes US to be like Turkey or Zimbabwe. Obviously he has not read the US Constitution that guarantees a free press press. No society can be free without a free press, and that means free of corporate control, not just state control.

Julian Assange holed up in Ecuador Embassy in London

August 16, 2012

We absolutely must fulfil our obligations under the Extradition Act… we remain determined to do so. – William Hague, British Foreign Secretary

No one is going to terrorize us! — President Rafael Correa

Amazing crass stupidity of British government, makes one ashamed to be British. Overnight William Hague has thrown away all the goodwill the London 2012 Olympics has generated worldwide.

If the police storm the Embassy, even to hint they will, means no Embassy worldwide is safe, it is open season on embassies and diplomats in pariah states.

Julian Assange has committed no crime in UK. Sweden could have questioned him at any time in London, but chose not to. They questioned an alleged murderer in Serbia.

Sweden is a poodle of US. Sweden has refused to give guarantees he will not be extradited to US. If I was Swedish I would be ashamed of what was being done in my name.

Anyone would think a mass murderer wanted for War Crimes was holed up in Ecuador Embassy. But even if one was, the British could not storm the Embassy.

Julian Assange could be questioned at any time by the Swedish authorities in London. There are no charges laid against him, he is simply wanted for questioning for what what are not even offences in English law. Not only has Sweden refused to question Julian Assange in London, they have refused to give any reason for this refusal.

Former Stockholm chief district prosecutor Sven-Erik Alhem also made it clear that the Swedish government had no legitimate reason to seek Assange’s extradition when he testified that the decision of the Swedish government to extradite Assange is “unreasonable and unprofessional, as well as unfair and disproportionate”, because he could be easily questioned in the UK.

This is not about fulfilling obligations under the Extradition Act, and it is hypocritical to claim it is.

The Extradition Act should be scrapped. It allows people to be extradited with no evidence against them being submitted to an English Court. People have been extradited for parking tickets, unpaid (or challenged) restaurant bills.

Julian Assange is an Australian citizen. Australia is another poodle of the US. They should be protesting loud and clear at the mistreatment of one of their citizens. They have remained silent.

William Hague accuses Ecuador of harbouring an alleged criminal. Maybe Hague should get his facts right. Julian Assange is wanted for questioning, no charges have been laid against him. How therefore is he an alleged criminal?

An attack on Ecuador is an attack on Latin America, a growing market for British goods and services. Unbelievable crass stupidity by British Government.

British government in threatening Ecuador is seen as acting as a colonial power bullying a small Latin American country.

Julian Assange interviewed by John Pilger

January 14, 2011

Also see

Birgitta Jónsdóttir Calls US Subpoena of Her Twitter Account over WikiLeaks Involvement “Disturbing”

Who do they think they are?

Julian Assange back in court battling extradition

The War You Don’t See

Birgitta Jónsdóttir Calls US Subpoena of Her Twitter Account over WikiLeaks Involvement “Disturbing”

January 13, 2011

The US Department of Justice has subpoenaed the internet company Twitter for personal information from several people linked to the online whistleblower website WikiLeaks. The subpoena asks Twitter for all records and correspondence relating to their accounts. Icelandic parliament member Birgitta Jónsdóttir, who has collaborated with WikiLeaks, is one of the five people targeted by the subpoenas. “I think it opens up a whole can of worms when it comes to parliamentary immunity worldwide,” Jónsdóttir says. “Icelandic authorities are taking this very seriously.”

The subpoena served on twitter was sealed, that is twitter was not allowed to tell those whose personal information was being demanded. This twitter, to their credit, challenged, and the sealed order was unsealed.

This begs the question, has a similar order been served on facebook and google? If yes, then is it not about time they came clean?

Also see

Icelandic Parliamentarian Calls US Subpoena of Her Twitter Account over WikiLeaks Involvement “Disturbing”

Who do they think they are?

Julian Assange back in court battling extradition

Julian Assange interviewed by John Pilger

US against Europe Over Monsanto GM Crops

January 13, 2011

US diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks reveal the Bush administration drew up ways to retaliate against Europe for refusing to use genetically modified seeds. In 2007, then-US ambassador to France Craig Stapleton was concerned about France’s decision to ban cultivation of genetically modified corn produced by biotech giant Monsanto. He also warned that a new French environmental review standard could spread anti-biotech policy across Europe.

Also see

Monsanto GMOs Linked To Organ Failure

Percy Schmeiser vs Monsanto

Genetic Engineering – Paradise on Earth or a Descent into Hell?

Julian Assange back in court battling extradition

January 13, 2011

If all Sweden wishes is to question Julian Assange, this could be done in London, it could even be carried out in the Swedish Embassy. That Sweden chooses not to exercise that option shows that the whole case is a farce, merely a ruse to get Julian Assange into Sweden prior to extraordinary rendition to the USA.

The case also exposes the farce of the European Arrest Warrant. No evidence has to be produced in Court for its execution, even though it could have been issued by a corrupt judiciary in the country of origin.

Also see

Who do they think they are?

Birgitta Jónsdóttir Calls US Subpoena of Her Twitter Account over WikiLeaks Involvement “Disturbing”

Julian Assange freed on bail

Wikileaks WikiRebels documentary SVT

Is there any difference between China and USA?

Charge the vile Sarah Palin with incitement to murder

January 9, 2011
Palin hate

Palin hate

shoot with M16

shoot with M16

Sarah Palin crosshairs

Sarah Palin crosshairs

Palin hate speech = murder

Palin hate speech = murder

If a Detroit Muslim put a map on the web with crosshairs on 20 politicians, then one of them got shot, where would he be sitting right now? Just asking. — Michael Moore

Violent acts are what happen when you create a climate of hate. — Paul Krugman

Don’t retreat – instead, RELOAD! — Sarah Palin

The vile Sarah Palin must be charged with incitement to murder.

Congress woman Gabrielle Giffords lies sedated in a critical condition after a bullet passed through her head.

Nine-year-old Christina Greene was shot dead. She was born on 9/11. She served on her student council and was the only girl on a baseball team. Her only ‘crime’ to get caught in the crossfire of the hate from Sara Palin.

Christina Greene had an interest in government. She was there to meet her congresswoman.

Six innocent people have been killed, 13 injured.

Opponent of Gabrielle Giffords, Jesse Kelly, called for her to be shot with a M16.

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik summed up the situation when he told a news conference:

When you look at unbalanced people, how they respond to the vitriol that comes out of certain mouths about tearing down the government. The anger, the hatred, the bigotry that goes on in this country is getting to be outrageous. And, unfortunately, Arizona I think has become sort of the capital. We have become the Mecca for prejudice and bigotry. That may be free speech. But it’s not without consequence.

If a bunch of Muslims published pictures of US politicians with crosshairs on their heads we all know what would happen. A US hit squad would take them out.

Sarah Palin called for violence against Julian Assange.

Since the Tuscon massacre in Arizona Sarah Palin has been in a mad scramble to delete all incriminating evidence from the net.

Will the Department of Justice be serving a subpoena on twitter and other internet companies to recover the incriminating evidence against Palin, or will the usual US double standards and hypocrisy apply? [see Who do they think they are?]

Please sign the Indict Sarah Palin Petition!

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Shot US congresswoman Giffords in ‘critical condition

Rep. Giffords receives threats over health care

An Attack on Government, An Attack on the Public, An Attack on Democracy

Sarah Palin under fire as Arizona sheriff blames political ‘vitriol’ for triggering ‘unstable’ Safeway gunman’s massacre

Safeway massacre: Astronaut husband at Congresswoman’s bedside as she fights for life after 18 are shot in Arizona gun rampage

The nine-year-old girl born on 9/11, the federal judge, and the aide who was about to be married: The victims of the Safeway massacre

Palin Joins Right-Wing Armed and Dangerous Mob: ‘Reload’!

Palin’s crosshair pot-shot backfires

Shot Congresswoman Was In Sarah Palin’s ‘Crosshairs’

Sarah Palin posts political hit list on Facebook: taking a stand or suggesting violence?

Who do they think they are?

January 8, 2011
Birgitta Jonsdottir

Birgitta Jonsdottir

If the Iranian government was to attempt to coercively obtain this information from journalists and activists of foreign nations, human rights groups around the world would speak out. — Julian Assange

I think I am being given a message, almost like someone breathing in a phone. — Birgitta Jonsdottir

Today, the existence of a secret US government grand jury espionage investigation into WikiLeaks was confirmed for the first time as a subpoena was brought into the public domain. — Wikileaks

Note that we can assume Google and Facebook also have secret US government subpeonas. They make no comment. Did they fold? — twitter

Wikileaks has committed no crime in the US. Julian Assange has committed no crime in the US. Wikileaks supporters have committed no crime. Nato has said no lives have been put at risk.

But one would would not think so from the hysterionics coming out of the US. One would not think so from the death threats coming out of the US.

If you work for the US governement, you are not allowed to read Wikileaks, not allowed to discuss or talk about, not even allowed to access from your home computer. If you work for the USAF, you are not even allowed to read The Guardian. I am tempted to stand outside a USAF base, pst, would you like a Guardian?

One would not think so from the inhumane treatment of Bradley Manning, held in solitary confinement for several months. He has not been charged with anything. The only ‘evidence’ against him has come from a pathological liar associated with Wired. A patholigical liar who changes his story with every time of telling.

We have Visa, Mastercard, PayPal and Bank of America refusing to handle transactions for Wikileaks claiming they are doing something illegal but have yet be able to say why or what is illegal. On the other hand they are more than happy to process transactions for illegal Jewish Settlements in Occupied Palestine. [see Spot the difference between Israel and Wikileaks]

The lastest is to demand of twitter that they hand over information re Wikileaks and any supporters of Wikileaks, though the reports are as yet a little confused as to what is being demanded and from whom.

One of those targetted is Birgitta Jonsdottir, an Icelandic MP and former WikiLeaks volunteer. She says the US justice department has ordered Twitter to hand over her private messages.

@birgittaj just got this: Twitter has received legal process requesting information regarding your Twitter account in (relation to wikileaks)

@birgittaj usa government wants to know about all my tweets and more since november 1st 2009. do they realize i am a member of parliament in iceland?

@birgittaj i dont blame twitter for what is going on – they managed to unseal the subpoena and thus i know about it and can do something about it.

Birgitta Jonsdottir has demanded a meeting with the US Ambassador to Iceland. She says “The justice department has gone completely over the top.” She said last on twitter that the “USA government wants to know about all my tweets and more since november 1st 2009. Do they realize I am a member of parliament in Iceland?”

“It’s not just about my information. It’s a warning for anyone who had anything to do with WikiLeaks. It is completely unacceptable for the US justice department to flex its muscles like this. I am lucky, I’m a representative in parliament. But what of other people? It’s my duty to do whatever I can to stop this abuse.”

Can we any longer trust US corporations who dominate the Internet? Is there any difference between these global corporations and the state? The US is already using PayPal, Visa and MasterCard to learn who has made donations to Wikileaks.

Electronic Privacy Information Centre (EPIC) in Washington, said it appeared the US justice department was looking at building a case against WikiLeaks and its founder, Julian Assange, over its publication of secret US documents. EPIC has already requested that the US authorities hand over information about their investigations into people who have donated to WikiLeaks via Mastercard, Visa or PayPal.

If twitter has had a request to hand over information on Wikileaks supporters, then it is reasonable to asume Google and facebook have had similar requests. Did they quietly roll over?

@wikileaks Note that we can assume Google & Facebook also have secret US government subpeonas. They make no comment. Did they fold?

Birgitta Jonsdottir has probably pissed of the US as in 2009 she took Julain Assange to a party at the US embassy in Reykjavik where he chatted with the ambassador to Iceland.

WikiLeaks published a secret report on the collapse of Iceland’s banks.

In Iceland Birgitta Jonsdottir has championed the Icelandic Modern Media Initiative which is aimed at creating legislation to make Iceland a legal haven for journalists and media outlets.

Birgitta Jonsdottir is not the only one to be targetted by the US authorities. July 2010 Jacob Appelbaum, one of Assange’s closest colleagues, was interrogated for three hours and had his phones confiscated upon entering the US at Newark airport. Customs officials photocopied receipts and searched his laptop.

The subpoena served on Twitter, which is actually an Order from a federal court that the DOJ requested seeks the same information for numerous other individuals currently or formerly associated with WikiLeaks, including Jacob Appelbaum, Rop Gonggrijp, and Julian Assange. It also seeks the same information for Bradley Manning and for WikiLeaks’ Twitter account.

The information demanded by the DOJ is sweeping in scope. It includes all mailing addresses and billing information known for the user, all connection records and session times, all IP addresses used to access Twitter, all known email accounts, as well as the “means and source of payment,” including banking records and credit cards. It seeks all of that information for the period beginning 1 November 2009, through to the present.

The Order was signed by Federal Magistrate Judge in the Eastern District of Virginia Theresa Buchanan and served on Twitter by the DOJ division for that district. It states that there is “reasonable ground to believe that the records or other information sought are relevant and material to an ongoing criminal investigation” (language required by the relevant statute). It was issued on 14 December 2010 and ordered sealed, ie kept secret from the targets of the Order. It gave Twitter three days to respond and barred the company from notifying anyone, including the users, of the existence of the Order. On 5 January 2011 the same judge directed that the Order be unsealed at the request of Twitter in order to inform the users and give them 10 days to object. Had Twitter not so requested, it would have been compelled to turn over this information without the knowledge of its users.

The specific clause of the Patriot Act used to acquire the subpoena is one that the FBI has described as necessary for “obtaining such records [that] will make the process of identifying computer criminals and tracing their internet communications faster and easier”.

The subpoena itself is an unusual one known as a 2703(d). Recently a federal appeals court ruled this kind of order was insufficient to order the disclosure of the contents of communication. Significantly, however, that ruling is binding in neither Virginia – where the Twitter subpoena was issued – nor San Francisco where Twitter is based.

This is clear abuse of the Patriot Act. Terroism legislation that was rushed through in the wake of 9/11. Legislation used not for dealing with terrorism but for clamping down on democracy.

This is further evidence of the willingness of the US to probe, harass and intimidate anyone having anything to do with WikiLeaks, anyone willing to expose the War Crimes of Obama.

The behaviour is that of a totalitarian state and it is completely unacceptable. Obama is proving to be an evil president on a par with Robert Mugabe.

And just in case we need reminding, and most of the mainstream useless journalists clearly do need reminding, these henious crimes of of which Wikileaks and Julian Assange stand accused (though not in the Court of World Opinion) is to investigate and expose those in high office corrupted by power and to hold them to account.

It is not a crime to expose war crimes! It is not a crime to expose war criminals!

This month Julian Assange is back in Court to fight extradition to Sweden.

Shame on BBC for their pathetic news coverage. Blink and you would have missed it. More time was devoted to Liverpool sacking their manager.

Also see

US wants Twitter details of Wikileaks activists

US tells Twitter to hand over WikiLeaks supporter’s messages

DOJ subpoenas Twitter records of several WikiLeaks volunteers

WikiLeaks demands Google and Facebook unseal US subpoenas

US government orders Twitter to release WikiLeaks activists’ details

Wikileaks: Twitter deserves credit for defending its users’ rights

Why Barack Obama is devoted to destroying Wikileaks, Julian Assange and Bradley Manning

State Department To Columbia University Students: DO NOT Discuss WikiLeaks On Facebook, Twitter

Why American journalists have failed to support WikiLeaks

Wired’s refusal to release or comment on the Manning chat logs

Assange Case Is Driven By A Tangled Swedish Web

Rove Might Be Trying To “Pull A Siegelman” With Julian Assange

Julian Assange freed on bail

Wikileaks WikiRebels documentary SVT

Is there any difference between China and USA?

Julian Assange freed on bail

December 16, 2010

‘Well it’s is great to smell fresh air of London again.’ – Julian Assange

‘I hope to continue my work and continue to protest my innocence in this matter and to reveal as we get it, which we have not yet, the evidence from these allegations.’ – Julian Assange

‘I’m relieved. He should never have been denied bail in the first place.’ — Tariq Ali

‘Information is the currency of democracy.’ — Thomas Jefferson

‘The history of the way it [the case] has been dealt with by the Swedish prosecutors would give Mr Assange some basis that he might be acquitted following a trial.’ — Mr Justice Duncan Ouseley

At a two-hour hearing in the High Court today at the Royal Courts of Justice, Julian Assange has been freed on bail. The bail conditions are as set two days ago, but with the additional condition that five not two people have to stand surety.

The case is looking increasingly Orwellian. Sweden appealed the release on bail two days ago, hence the hearing today in the High Court. They claim because he has wealthy backers, he may abscond as he has the means and resources to do so. Why does he need wealthy backers, because Sweden objected to his release and a ludicrously high bail of £240,000 has been set. Why would he abscond? He did not abscond from Sweden. The case was dropped and he was allowed to leave the country. He made no secret of the fact that he was in England. He voluntarily gave himself up to the police. His release dependent on on all the paperwork being completed, on the bail money being delivered to the High Court in cash, and on the people being found for surety. This is not likely to happen until this evening, his curfew then kicks in.

It was touch and go whether he would be actually set free tonight, that maybe Julian Assange would have to spend an additional night in prison, but at 6pm this evening he stepped outside the Royal Courts of Justice and gave a brief press conference on the steps.

He said he was pleased to be able to breathe fresh air again. He thanked all those around the world who have had faith in him and who have stood by him. He sees the hand of the US behind his detention. He thanked the members of the press who were not taken in. He thanked his legal team. He thanked British Justice for setting him free. He also drew attention to all the political prisoners around the world who are being held without trial in far worse conditions than he. He made the point that he has still not been made aware of charges against him.

Whilst in prison, Julian Assange was accompanied by two prison guards when he wished to exercise, was kept under 23-hour lock down in solitary confinement, kept under 24-hour CCTV surveillance, his mail was withheld.

In August Julian Assange made himself available to Swedish police. He answered all their questions. The case was dropped, he was free to leave. Nevertheless he remained in Sweden until September just in case there was anything else needed clearing up.

When he was in ‘hiding’ at the Frontline Club in England, he made his whereabouts known to the the Extradition Unit of the Metropolitan Police. He was in communication with them. He said he would turn himself in when an arrest warrant was served, which he did.

What we are seeing is a vendetta being pursued by Sweden.

Who really blocked the release on bail? Sweden or UK? Or are they both jumping to the Puppet Master Uncle Sam?

No charges have been laid against Julian Assange. He is merely wanted for questioning in Sweden, nothing more. All this effort to question a man? He could be questioned in England, he could even be questioned at the Swedish Embassy, which technically is Swedish territory. This has been offered to Sweden and they have turned it down. Why are they so keen to get him to Sweden? Extra-ordinary rendition to the US? The US is rumoured to be scouring the statute book to find something, anything, with which to charge him.

If the US thought with this intimidation they could silence Julian Assange and Wikileaks then they have seriously miscalculated. They have propelled both to the top of the world’s media agenda.

Julian Assange will be held under house arrest under strict conditions of curfew in a house in Norfolk on the Norfolk-Suffolk border. Not one iota of evidence has been presented in Court against him, nor is the Swedish Prosecutor required to under the European Arrest Warrant which once again highlights the scandal of the European Arrest Warrant. In Sweden, all court proceedings have been held in secret.

The Judge awarded costs against the Swedes!

Much as we may wish to celebrate we must not forget that this is only the first skirmish. He has still to fight the extradition to Sweden which could go all the way to the Court of Human Rights.

Nor must we forget Bradley Manning, accused of leaking information to Wikileaks. For several months he has been held in inhumane and degrading conditions in solidarity confinement, 23-hour lock down, 24-hour CCTV surveillance. He is not allowed a pillow or sheets. He is not allowed to exercise, not even in his cell. All without trial.

Also see

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange freed on bail

WikiLeaks’ Assange Walks Free As Bail Upheld

Julian Assange granted bail at high court

Assange walks free after nine days in jail

Julian Assange bail decision made by UK authorities, not Sweden

Dear Government of Sweden …

Julian Assange bail hearing

Julian Assange’s bail host had ‘no hesitation’

The Julian Assange case: a mockery of extradition?

Is there any difference between China and USA?

Riz Khan – The WikiLeaks War

Wikileaks WikiRebels documentary SVT

John Pilger: Global Support for WikiLeaks is “Rebellion” Against U.S. Militarism, Secrecy

Ex-CIA Ray McGovern Supports Wikileaks’ Julian Assange

U.S. Tries to Build Case for Conspiracy by WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks: Swedish government ‘hid’ anti-terror operations with America from Parliament

As WikiLeaks’ Assange Freed on Bail, Alleged Military Leaker Bradley Manning Imprisoned under Inhumane Conditions

WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning ‘tortured’

The inhumane conditions of Bradley Manning’s detention

Spot the difference between Israel and Wikileaks