Bradley Manning’s Apology Is Hard To Swallow | David Swanson Interview Yesterday, in an unsworn statement made during the sentencing phase of his trial, Bradley Manning, looking at Judge Denise Lind, and according to those present, struggling to contain his emotions said: "First your Honor. I want to start off with an apology. I am sorry. I am sorry that my actions hurt people. I [...]

Character Assassination of Manning is Defense of Criminal U.S. Foreign Policy | RR segment This is a Resistance Report episode segment. To watch the full episode, click here. During a trial where armed military police were in many cases literally breathing down the neck of journalist in the courtroom, the main stream media was content to promote the line that Manning's revelations had no value and were detrimental [...]

Bradley Manning Awarded International Peace Prize

The International Peace Bureau will announce the awarding of its 2013 Sean MacBride Peace Prize to Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, currently on trial and facing a life sentence for releasing classified military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks in order to promote “debates, discussions and reforms” concerning U.S. foreign policy.

Bradley Manning Vs. Oliver North Broadcast United States vs. Pfc. Bradley Manning on C-Span petition: The trial of United States v. Pfc. Bradley Manning is expected to begin on June 3, 2013. C-SPAN should be granted access to show the proceedings on television and the Internet, live or with a short delay to appease security concerns. No matter [...]

Bradley Manning and The U.S. War on Whistleblowers (Alexa O’Brien interview) Now that Bradley Manning has admitted to giving classified documents to WikiLeaks, the government insists his crimes are tantamount to support for al-Qaida and international terrorism. These leaks, I would like to suggest, are analogous to somebody violating a jaywalking law in an attempt to save a pedestrian from on oncoming Mac truck. Joining [...]