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Update 7/24/12: Implications of Manning’s trial, rally at Ft. Leavenworth, government’s illogical secrecy

Dan Lefcourt on the implications of Bradley Manning’s unjust trial, supporters rally for Bradley at Ft. Leavenworth, and the ACLU on the U.S. government’s warped secrecy logic.

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Second anniversary of the Afghan war diaries. Take action July 25th!

July 20, 2012. By the Bradley Manning Support Network. July 25th marks the second anniversary of the release of the Afghan war logs. These documents revealed tens of thousands of previously undocumented civilian deaths, greatly contradicting the narrative of the US government. To mark this important anniversary we are asking supporters to update their profile pictures with a message in support of the alleged whistle-blower Bradley Manning.

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Recap: Bradley Manning’s July 16-19 motion hearing

July 20, 2012. By the Bradley Manning Support Network. Motions hearing recap includes Judge Lind’s ruling to block Manning’s whistle-blower defense, next month’s hearing surrounding Bradley’s torture at Quantico, and supporters’ vigils and rallies.

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Update 7/18/12: Fort Manning Los Angeles

Endorsed by 25+ organizations, this three-day encampment of the LA Federal Court Building in support of Bradley Manning represented a true cross-section of supporters.

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Update 7/11/12: Government rejects another transparency request, next week’s defense motions

The government continues to deny public access to court records, and David Coombs posts defense motions for next week’s motion hearing.

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Update 7/9/12: Pride demonstrations for Bradley, June 25 defense motions

London supporters march for Bradley Manning on World Pride Day, and David Coombs publishes motions from Bradley’s last hearing at Fort Meade.

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Update 7/6/12: World Pride day, Bradley Manning panel discussion, The Passion of Bradley Manning

Solidarity with Bradley for World Pride day in London, Book TV airs a panel discussion about Bradley and WikiLeaks, and an audiobook about PFC Manning.

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Army blocks access to information about Bradley Manning Support Network, citing an “active investigation”

July 4, 2012. By the Bradley Manning Support Network. In denying access to what should be public documents, the Army indicates the Bradley Manning Support Network could be a target of an Army CID investigation. We’re investigating the matter further, but we reject any effort to obfuscate or conceal information in Bradley’s case.

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Debates, Discussions, and Reforms

July 3, 2012. By Nathan Fuller. A summary of ways in which WikiLeaks documents attributed to Bradley Manning have shaped our world over the past two years. From US troop withdrawal from Iraq to the Tunisian Revolution, we see why (in words attributed to Bradley), “Information should be free… It belongs in the public domain.”

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Notes on Bradley Manning’s motion hearing, June 25

June 28, 2012. By the Bradley Manning Support Network. A report from Bradley Manning’s June 25 pre-trial hearing, where a due diligence motion was granted for the defense. These notes are an attempt to provide the public and the press with insight into these proceedings, in spite of the government’s burdensome restrictions.

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