European support for Bradley Manning



Free Bradley Manning Info in Berlin, Dec 2, 2012



Our Berlin anti-war friends, Americans and Germans, set up an information

booth last Sunday next to the Brandenburg Gate

to inform Berliners of the Bradley Manning case.


The booth included a tablet PC showing the (in)famous Apache gunship

assassinations in Baghdad as a continuous loop during the day.  And they

video recorded the whole thing.


Hats off to their Vorsprung durch Technik!



U.S. Citizens for Peace & Justice, Nov. 30 2012


U.S. Citizens for Peace & Justice – Rome held a flash-mob photo-op Friday (Nov. 30) outside the U.S. Embassy in Rome, Italy, to say: “We are Bradley Manning! Exposing war crimes is a duty, not a crime!”  It was a work day so there were just a handful of us.  But all our members have endorsed the action because all are convinced that Bradley is a hero, not a criminal.

Convicting Bradley would send the wrong signal to everyone working in places of power, i.e. “Close an eye to any wrongdoing you see.”

Instead, freeing Bradley will send the signal: “We are all responsible for keeping our democracy free of corruption and wrongdoing, by denouncing any occurrences of these things — publicly if there are no official channels or if superiors refuse to listen (Bradley’s case).”

And THAT is the signal this trial should be sending.


Connection e.V., 28 November 2012


Pictures of yesterdays vigil in Frankfurt/M., Germany

More photo's at


Americans Against War, 30 November 2012


Pics of a few of the Americans Against War in Paris, France, who staged a photo-op across the Seine River from the U.S. Embassy (the public is not allowed to get close) the evening of November 30th, during Bradley Manning's pre-trial hearings.