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Media Oddly Silent on WikiLeaks Proceedings

Ann Anon Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 5:58 PM
Anominus I am with you. We are at war and he betrayed us, the penalty is traditional death. He is alive because he is a homosexual and untouchable. He whines to us about his care and yet at least one of the people he gave up for assisting us is in jail in Pakistan forever. He deserves anything he gets. And if you cared about him so much, Ms. West, then you would have handed the material back and told him it was a bad idea. Seems to me that the media may be trying to forget their envolvement with this weasel. He looks bad but they look worse.
jdavis355 Wrote: Dec 15, 2012 9:45 AM
Man, have you guys swallowed the hype!

Hook, line and sinker!

Your government lives by lies.

All Manning did was to expose some of these.

He didn't alter the truth.

He didn't gun down 12 innocent people including two Reuters reporters and video it.

The U.S.A. is becoming more and more like the old Soviet Union.

The land of the Free?

What a joke!

Some thoughts about Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's pretrial hearing, which concluded this week.

Manning, of course, is charged with leaking hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the website WikiLeaks and, at his trial in March, will be pleading guilty to certain charges while rejecting the military's contention that he "aided the enemy" in doing so.

Manning was in court this month seeking dismissal on the grounds that since his arrest in May 2010, he has been subjected to unlawful pretrial punishment. Certainly the conditions Manning and his civilian lawyer David E. Coombs described in often dramatic testimony were inhumane, especially for someone...