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Bradley Manning Shipped through Shannon back in Court; We're Back on the Streets!

category international | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Monday April 23, 2012 18:34author by Ciaron - Giuseppe Conlon House, London Report this post to the editors

****If you can't make it to the tribunal at Ft. Meade or the U.S. embassy in London, consider making a public stand for Bradley Manning on April 24th., 25th. or 26th. wherever you are - as he stands before a military tribunal that wishes to bury him alive!
Bradley has now been in military custody for over 700 days!
There are solidarity actions presently planned in Cardiff/ Wales, Fairford Base/ England, the gates of Ft. Meade /USA and 14 cities world wide

Here in London, renowned human rights activist Peter Tatchell will speak at a solidarity vigil for Bradley Manning at the U.S. Embassy on Tuesday April 24th. 5pm

Bradley Manning a 24 year old U.S. Army intelligence analyst, faces life in prison or the death penalty for allegedly sharing a video of U.S. war crime in Iraq with the WikiLeaks website. Manning has also been charged with blowing the whistle on the "Iraq War Logs", the Afghan Diaries", "Guantanamo Files", and embarassing U.S. State Department cables.

Peter Tatchell stated,
"If Bradley blew the whistle on war crimes, he deserves a medal - not a jail sentence. All the charges against him should be dropped. The people who should be prosecuted are the US military personnel who committed the crimes, not the man who allegedly exposed their criminal actions."

Free Bradley Manning!
Vigil Outside U.S. Embassy
Grosvenor Square London
5 pm Tuesday April 24th.
Demanding All Charges be Dropped Against Bradley Manning

The London solidarity vigil is being organised by

London Catholic Worker
Veterans for Peace UK
and WISEUP for Bradley Manning

More information on London vigil & RSVP if possible (helps us to organise!)
ciaronx AT
Ph./ text 079 392 90576

- Closest tubes to the U.S. embassy in London are - Bond St., Marble Arch, Oxford St. Hyde Park Corner
- Map to get to the embassy

*Bradley Manning is facing 23 charges one carrying the death penalty, accused of exposing war crimes of the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan

Bradley is being brought back to Ft. Meade Maryland on April 24th. 25th & 26th. for a pre-court martial prosecution motions hearing. Solidarity activists in the U.S. will be heading to Ft. Meade to attend the hearing and protest outside the base.
Bradley is in jail for us, we're on the streets for him.
End the Wars! Free Bradley Manning! Drop the Charges!

RECENT REPORTS - Recent Solidarity Actions in Wales around Welsh National Theatre's perfomances of "The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning"
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*Activism in Wales around the Play - Report & Photos

*****You can view the play, online anywhere in the world in real time, on the following dates & times (British Standard Time). You need to go to this link to register before viewing.....

(British Standard Times)
Wednesday 25th April, 7.30pm
Thursday 26th April, 7.30pm
Friday 27th April, 7.30pm
Saturday 28th April, 2.30pm
Saturday 28th April, 7.30pm

At this stage, the play won't be archived for later viewing.
So if ya want to see it, here's ya chance!

"Almost Gone" written by Graham Nash and James Raymond
*Youtube by Radfax (3 mins 48 secs)
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A year of photos of Wales, Ireland, Scotland, England and beyond solidarity with Bradley Manning and Julian Assange

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author by London Callingpublication date Thu Apr 26, 2012 19:00Report this post to the editors

April the 24th there has been a vigil at U.S. Embassy, London in solidarity with Bradley Manning.

Solidarity activists in support of the imprisoned accused whistle blower Bradley Manning gathered outside the U.S. embassy in London on Tuesday, the first day of his pre-trial hearing at Ft. Meade Maryland/ USA. Proceedings were opened by musician John McClean singing "I Shall be Released". The group was addressed by human rights activist Peter Tatchell, D Day Veteran and member of "Veterans for Peace UK" Jim Radford and former anti-war prisoner of the U.S. Catholic Worker Ciaron O'Reilly.

Background was shared on Bradley Manning's arrest, his now 700+ days in military detention without trial. Updates were also shared on excesses of the legal process he is undergoing. A court martial trial date has now been set for Sept 21st. at Ft. Meade, Maryland USA Bradley will face a military tribunal whose Commander in Chief, Barack Obama, has already stated that Manning is guilty.

Other solidarity actions with Bradley Manning were undertaken in Cardiff, the Fairford military base, the gates of Ft. Meade Maryland/USA and in 16 cities across the world.


Welsh Irish Scottish English solidarity for Bradley Manning
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author by Cardiff reportpublication date Tue Apr 24, 2012 10:05Report this post to the editors

REPORT - Bradley Manning: Solidarity in Cardiff 16-24 April

author by GI Joepublication date Tue Apr 24, 2012 03:52Report this post to the editors

I see they just filed two motions in his defence

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