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LONDON - Bradley Manning Verdict Day Solidarity

category international | anti-war / imperialism | news report author Wednesday July 31, 2013 15:17author by Free Brad!author address London, England Report this post to the editors

Brad's in chains for us, We're on the loose for him!

Three hours before the Bradley Manning verdict was to come down Tuesday (NSA HQ Ft.Meade, Maryland USA 1pm/ London 6pm), supporters of Bradley Manning gathered at the Eros statue in Picadilly Circuls London. The 15 gathered, included
folks from Aotearoa, Australia, England, Ireland, Iraq, Italy, United States. They included artists, a boat builder, Catholic Workers
fathers, former prisoners, mothers, musicians, priests, & students. They were joined by a Swiss tourist who picked a Bradley Manning placard.

Three hours before the Bradley Manning verdict was to come down Tuesday (NSA HQ Ft.Meade, Maryland USA 1pm/ London 6pm), supporters of Bradley Manning gathered at the Eros statue in Picadilly Circuls London. The 15 gathered, included
folks from Aotearoa, Australia, England, Ireland, Iraq, Italy, United States. They included artists, a boat builder, Catholic Workers
fathers, former prisoners, mothers, musicians, priests, & students. They were joined by a Swiss tourist who picked a Bradley Manning placard.

At 5.30 pm the 15 folks began to walk single file to the U.S. embassy carrying placards calling for the freedom of Bradley Manning, Julian Assange, Edward Snowden and end the to war.
PHOTOS http://tinyurl.com/nss3tn2

The procession arrived at the U.S. embassy just before the London verdict time of 6pm. The gathering was addressed by former anti-war prisoner of the United States Ciaron O;Reilly http://tinyurl.com/cpayjzq
VID (2 mins) COR speaking before verdict outside U.S. embassy, London
http://tinyurl.com/mxwoy7z

As 6 pm struck, the verdict was being tweeted from NSA HQ Ft. Meade
VID (8 secs) announcing tweets from Ft. Meade Court room outside U.S. embassy London
http://tinyurl.com/pa24q5w

Courtroom sketch from when #Manning verdict was read
http://tinyurl.com/pmocp6m

Table detailing verdict in Bradley Manning trial | O'Brien
http://www.alexaobrien.com/verdict.html

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MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE VERDICT (Add more here in the comment section....)
VID ( 8 mins) PBS Newshour - (Michael Ratner) Did Bradley Manning get a fair trial?
http://tinyurl.com/o8z9bgz

Democracy Now
1.5-hour live special broadcast on the Bradley Manning verdict,
you can catch it on repeat:
http://owl.li/ntvHR

author by Ratatoskrpublication date Fri Aug 02, 2013 09:55Report this post to the editors

We can only hope and pray that the beast eats it's own tail in the next 5 -10 years and Bradley manning , Leonard Peltier etc can literally walk out of the jails that hold them and into a completely changed world. Because if the present paradigm continues as it is then god help us all , barring a complete sea change in politics , law and modern civilisation people like Bradley are very unlikely to see justice.

 
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