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A US military judge has sentenced Army Pfc. Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison in the WikiLeaks case. The Private was earlier found guilty of 20 criminal counts, including espionage and theft.
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It doesn't matter in Federal Prison whether you blew someone away, raped, robbed, had drugs or counterfitted a worthless dollar, you do 85% of your time. Unicor will put manning to work for 35 cents an hour making something for the military that the tax payer will pay top dollar for. He will do it for over 31 years. Being gay, there is a possiblilty he could die of an STD, he will come out broken, institutionalized and lost in a world that will pass him by without notice. Welcome to the belly of the Beast Mr. Manning.
If the court cared about justice they would have ordered investigations into all the crimes that Manning revealed. But this is America evil rules here.
Adrian Lamo should really shut his mouth... he's just digging himself a bigger hole. He's a puppet, a coward and a fake.
the human race is a virus on this planet and when ww3 is over lets hope there are none left
I guess this was ordered by obama...democracy or should I say the ideals of a Republic are dead in the us. Judgement will come!!!
The best coverage by far of his entire trial and of the documents he leaked has been from Democracy Now! Check out their website.
Free Manning. He is a political prisoner!!!
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