Vijay Prashad, Bradley Manning, Crimes against humanity and the values of international law

Chase Madar, The trials of Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning verdict

Bradley Manning -judge alters charges ahead of verdict

Democracy Now: Bradley Manning awaits verdict

Sean McBride Peace prize awarded to Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning case -judge allows prosecution to reopen its case

Amnesty International on Bradley Manning charges

Bradley Manning supporters encouraged by incompetent ‘overprosecution’, laying charges beyond what could reasonably be sustained

Bradley Manning supporters buoyed by incompetent over-prosecution

I am Bradley Manning -statements of celebrities in support of the need to know the truth and to end persecution of Bradley Manning

How Dystopian Secrecy Contributes to Clueless Wars

How dystopian secrecy

Judicial process undermines Bradley Manning’s potential defence and exposure of his torture

Judicial process undermines Bradley Manning’s potential defence and exposure of his torture

Media coverage of Bradley Manning trial

Media coverage of Bradley Manning trial

Bradley Manning case considered from theological viewpoint, seeing Manning as fulfilling a prophetic role

This is a powerful article, including

‘In suggesting we all need to examine our consciences, I take my cue from a more recent prophet in the tradition of Isaiah, Rabbi Abraham Heschel, who insisted that wherever injustice takes place, “few are guilty, but all are responsible.” Rabbi Heschel drove home the point, adding that, “indifference to evil is more insidious than evil itself.”
The objective of the Obama administration is transparent. It has little to do with the law, but rather is designed to make an object lesson of Manning. The administration wants to deter other truth-tellers who might also be tempted to reveal information that is labeled secret to hide oppression and abuse-including in this case, US war crimes