MILITARY JUSTICE: The Bradley Manning “Article 32 Hearing”

Last month, at the massive Fort Meade army installation, Private First Class Bradley Manning, who grew in Crescent, OK, finally had his “day in court” – actually, seven days of a military “Article 32 hearing.”
The outcome of those hearings is that Manning will stand trial for “aiding the enemy,” among other charges, which could put him in prison for the rest of his life, and possibly result in a death sentence.
Any resemblance to actual justice or due process in Manning’s Article 32 hearing was purely coincidental.
As most of the world now knows, Manning has been accused of making thousands of allegedly “secret” military videos, diplomatic cables, and other documents available to the media outlet, Wikileaks.
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One thought on “MILITARY JUSTICE: The Bradley Manning “Article 32 Hearing”

  1. Fascists this clumsy will eventually cause a change of themselves and giving publicity to it will accelerate the process.

    Thieves who profit from death …..

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