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VID (6 mins) - Bradley Manning is in jail for us, We're on the streets for him! - Mobilise Sat June 1st

category international | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Tuesday May 28, 2013 08:39author by Solidarity Report this post to the editors

VID (6 mins) - Bradley Manning is in jail for us, We're on the streets for him! - Mobilise Sat June 1st

LONDON Sat June 1st. 2pm U.S. embassy

International Call for Solidarity Action June 1st

June 1st. solidarity at Ft. Meade, Maryland USA - site of Bradley Manning's military tribunal

Court Martial of Bradley Manning begins June 3rd. Ft. Meade, Maryland USA

author by Solidaritypublication date Thu May 30, 2013 10:04Report this post to the editors

Jeremy Hammond's statment regarding his 10 year plea bargain for Stratfor leaks

Jeremy Hammond, American Political Prisoner
Jeremy Hammond is a well known Chicago (h)ac(k)tivist. Today he took a non-cooperating plea bargain of 10 years for his involvement in the intrusion of the private intel security firm Stratfor. He also pled to intruding into government, law enforcement and other corporate websites.

(H)ac(k)tivist is a combination of the word activist and hacker. Hammond is both an on-the-ground activist and an online one, or Hacktivist, fighting for anti-war, social justice and environmental causes. He put his hacking skills in service of his activism. (Full disclosure: I am currently making a movie about the targeting of activists, hacktivists and journalists by the government, and the nexus between the private intelligence security firms and the surveillance state. I combine the two words in the title of my film. Hammond is one of my subjects. Stratfor is one of the private intelligence firms at the nexus.)


author by Solidaritypublication date Mon Jun 03, 2013 07:32Report this post to the editors

LONDON CALLING - Report, Vids, Photos Of J1 Solidarity for Bradley Manning

The military tribunal prosecution of Bradley Manning begins June 3rd at Ft. Meade, Maryland U.S.A. June 1st saw international demonstrations in solidarity with Bradley Manning. In London, we headed to the U.S. embassy. In the days ahead for further updates on the 4 month trial go to

REPORT by Ben Griffin, Veterans for Peace, on June 1st London solidarity for Bradley Manning outside the U.S. embassy.

PHOTOS June 1st, London solidarity for Bradley Manning outside U.S. embassy

VID (2 mins 30 secs) Collage of speakers Peter Tatchel, singer David Rovics, military resister Michael Lyons, woman from Bradley's hometown in Wales, Veterans for Peace Ben Griffin

VID (2 mins 30 secs) Michael Lyons, Veterans for Peace, British Navy medic imprisoned for refusing to deploy to Afghanistan

VID (8 mins) Craig Murray former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, whistleblower on torture

VID (4 mins 40 secs) June 1st. Solidarity, Daniel Elsberg speaking, outside Ft. Meade site of military trial beginning on Monday June 3rd

REPORT & PHOTOS from Ft. Meade June 1st. solidarity with Bradley Manning

VID (5 mins) Solidarity for Bradley Manning Brisbane, U.S.A.

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author by Free Bradpublication date Wed Jun 05, 2013 10:49Report this post to the editors

VID (7 mins) Veteran Ben Griffin, Musician David Rovics & Solidairy Vox Pops from J1 Manning Solidarity London

VID (5 mins) Full Speech by British SAS veteran of Iraq/ Afghanistan wars, Veterans for Peace Ben Griffin

author by Solidaritypublication date Thu Jun 06, 2013 21:13Report this post to the editors

Bradley Manning, the American soldier accused of the biggest leak of classified information in US history, is on trial.
The 25-year-old soldier is charged with providing more than 700,000 documents to WikiLeaks, an anti-secrecy website.
He has admitted leaking intelligence documents, but denies the most serious charge: that he knowingly helped the enemy and put US lives at risk.
Hundreds of demonstrators have gathered outside Fort Meade Army base in Maryland to call for Manning's release.
Among them was a woman who spent more than a year in solitary confinement in an Iranian jail, accused of spying and crossing the border illegally.
This is Sarah Shourd's story in her own words.

author by Counterpunchpublication date Thu Jun 06, 2013 22:13Report this post to the editors

Manning Supervisor Undercuts Aspects of Aiding the Enemy Charge
Day Three at the Manning Trial
Captain Casey Fulton testified at the end of yesterday’s Bradley Manning’s trial proceedings that there were no specific websites, other than social media sites, that intelligence analysts knew that America’s enemies visited. Capt. Fulton deployed to Iraq with Bradley in November 2009 and was in charge of Bradley’s intelligence section.

The government’s aiding the-enemy charge relies on the claim that Bradley knew that giving intelligence to WikiLeaks meant giving it to Al Qaeda. Prosecutors have cited several times this Army Counterintelligence Special Report, which asks,

Will the Web site be used by FISS, foreign military services, foreign insurgents, or terrorist groups to collect sensitive or classified US Army information posted to the Web site?

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