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Amy Goodman | Recent events have heightened the already intense level of scrutiny on the expanding, seemingly unchecked reach of the U.S. government.
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Andrea Germanos | Every aspect of this case sets a dangerous precedent for future prosecutions of whistleblowers, who play an essential role in democratic government by telling us the truth about government wrongdoing
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Chelsea E. Manning | We consciously elected to devalue human life both in Iraq and Afghanistan. When we engaged those that we perceived were the enemy, we sometimes killed innocent civilians.
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Norman Solomon | In truth, the Nobel Peace Prize needs Bradley Manning much more than the other way around.
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Amy Goodman | Heller's depiction of war -- grim and stark -- was fiction, though based on his own experience. Obama's wars, his drone strikes, his war on whistle-blowers, are all too real.
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Amy Goodman | Bradley Manning took incredibly courageous actions to release data, to pierce the fog of war, to make public the machinations of modern American war-making.
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Jon Queally | Voices across the progressive community were expressing mixtures of outrage and sadness after the Judge found Manning guilty on 19 counts that could lead to 100-year or more sentence.
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Sarah Lazare | The judge presiding over Manning's case announced today that the verdict will be read at 1pm eastern time Tuesday.
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rabble staff | U.S. Army whistleblower Bradley Manning was found guilty today of 20 charges in total, including espionage, but he was acquitted of aiding the enemy, the most serious charge.
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rabble staff | A new video explaining the important of the case of U.S. army whistleblower Bradley Manning, currently on trial.
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Rick Salutin | Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden are young male models of heroism, duty and self-sacrifice like the Hardy Boys or Tom Swift once were. They're the Horatio Whistleblowers of our time.
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Chris Hedges | The draconian trial restrictions, familiar to many Muslim Americans tried in the so-called war on terror, presage a future of show trials and blind obedience.