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Manning & the making of WL
Posted 03.07.11 Page:1(of 4) “He moved to America, and it was just like, chaos after chaos after chaos,” said Jordan Davis at his home near Edmond, Oklahoma. Amid the detritus of a 23-year-old man’s trailer dwelling—dirty dishes and a lived-in video game zone—he talked about his longtime friend Bradley Manning, the suspected source of nearly all the classified documents WikiLeaks released in 2010. Manning is being held at Marine Corps Base Quantico, in Virginia, awaiting a court martial likely to be held in the fall of 2011. Manning in the Making
Yossi Melman’s “An Inside Look at the WikiLeaks Revolution” in Haaretz today is disturbing on multiple levels. A biased piece loaded with gossip regarding Assange is expected, I suppose, but one that treats Bradley Manning as if he were tried and convicted is not. Bradley Manning has been charged, but no facts of the case have yet been established in a court of law. Manning is charged and nothing more. “An Inside Look at the WL Revolution” (HAARETZ)
Encryption Software onto DOD Computers? I’ve been revisiting the timeline revealed in Bradley Manning’s charging document. Here’s a short version of what that shows:
Manning Hopeful About Tunisia & Egypt Update: Watch David House discuss his visit with Bradley Manning in an interview with MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan. This weekend David House had his first opportunity to visit with Bradley Manning in over a month. House faced even stricter scrutiny from the guards, and Manning is still being detained under MAX/POI. Once in, Manning had some interesting observations about the situation in Egypt and Tunisia, as well as about American punditry’s reaction. Meanwhile, the new brig commander is going over Manning’s file, and a decision about possible changes in the conditions of Manning’s detention may be coming this week.