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US protest singer releases a song about the treatment of Bradley Manning 4 January  2011
On Bradley Manning, Solitary Confinement, and Selective Outrage The treatment of Bradley Manning, which has introduced many on the left to the torment of solitary confinement, may present an opportunity for them to measure their own humanity. 2 January 2011
Julian Assange interviewed on Bradley Manning “If we are to believe the allegations, then this man acted for political reasons. He is a political prisoner in the United States.” 29 December 2010
They’re 'Slow-Torturing' Bradley Manning Right Under Our Noses House’s account from his visit with Manning suggests Manning's jailers, within the limitations they have, are doing their best to break Manning psychologically, Their primary limitation is the publicity surrounding the Manning case and the fact he has a strong, and hopefully growing, support network. 24 December 2010
UN to investigate treatment of jailed leaks suspect Bradley Manning The office of Manfred Nowak, special rapporteur on torture based in Geneva, received the complaint from a Manning supporter; his office confirmed that it was being looked into. 23 December 2010
Supporters Call for End to Inhumane Treatment of Bradley Manning Manning’s sleep is regularly interrupted. Coombs writes: “The guards are required to check on Manning every five minutes [...] At night, if the guards cannot see PFC Manning clearly, because he has a blanket over his head or is curled up towards the wall, they will wake him in order to ensure he is okay.” 22 December 2010
Assange begins mansion arrest, but his 'source' feels the heat Bradley Manning spent yesterday, his birthday, alone in a tiny, bare prison cell, without a pillow or sheets on his bed, in weak health and wracked with anxiety at the prospect of a prison sentence of 52 years. 18 December 2010
Why Stand with WikiLeaks Women Against Rape pointed out in a letter to Britain's Guardian newspaper: There is a long tradition of the use of rape and sexual assault for political agendas that have nothing to do with women's safety. In the South of the U.S., the lynching of Black men was often justified on grounds that they had raped or even looked at a white woman. 17 December 2010
The inhumane conditions of Bradley Manning's detention From the beginning of his detention, Manning has been held in intensive solitary confinement.  For 23 out of 24 hours every day -- for seven straight months and counting -- he sits completely alone in his cell. 15 December 2010

Bradley Manning legal update and overview "We expect the pre-trial hearing of accused Wikileaks whistle-blower Bradley Manning to take place early 2011, followed by trial about four months later."
1 November 2010

IVAW Statement on the Iraq War Logs - A Call for Accountability The latest release by Wikileaks of the Iraq War Logs is the largest leak in U.S. history and reveals in extensive detail what Iraq Veterans Against the War has been saying since our founding in 2004. 27 October 2010

The Persecution of Bradley Manning ".....if Manning did what he is suspected of doing, he should be honored as an American hero for exposing war crimes and hopefully, ultimately, helping to end this war."
20 September 2010

International Days of Action in Solidarity with Bradley Manning Individuals and activists will take to the streets to show support for accused WikiLeaks whistleblower on September 16-19. 10 September 2010

Bradley Manning's Whistleblowing is Not a Crime “......we have an imperative to support those people who’ve seen the horrors of battle and want to share that reality with the American people.” 25 August 2010



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