Update 1/4/13: Bradley Manning timeline, speedy trial motion reply, and nominations for a Wales play about Manning
Check out the our brand new timeline of major events in Manning’s case!
Also see our latest newsletter, with information about next week’s hearing at Fort Meade, MD, January 8-11. English supporters are rallying for Bradley on January 8 at the London embassy — more information here.
Bradley’s lawyer David Coombs posts the defense’s reply to the government response to the defense motion to dismiss for lack of a speedy trial. On his blog, Coombs published the 45-page reply, which responds to the government’s claims and explains how and why Bradley Manning has been deprived of his due process right to a speedy trial. Litigation for this motion will conclude at Fort Meade January 16-17. Read the defense reply.
‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ is nominated for five Theatre Critic of Wales awards. WalesOnline reports, “The Radicalisation Of Bradley Manning has five entries, including Best Production in the English Language; Best Ensemble and Best Director (John McGrath).”
From the creators’ website:
“Bradley Manning is the 24-year old US soldier accused of releasing 250,000 secret embassy cables and military logs from the Iraq and Afghan wars. After nearly two years in prison without charge, Manning now faces a court martial, accused of crimes that could mean life in prison. But just a few years ago, he was a teenager in west Wales. How did this happen? And who is responsible for his radicalisation?”
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