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Solidarity Forever ✊🏼 21 Aug 13
during Bradley Manning's trial 9yr old son asked what did he do? My answer was: he told the truth..
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Cenk Uygur 21 Aug 13
Bradley Manning is an American hero.
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Cenk Uygur 21 Aug 13
Do people think Edward Snowden should voluntarily come back to the US and get 35 years for being a whistleblower?
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Deirdre OShaughnessy 21 Aug 13
Thinking of a hero who today was jailed for revealing some of the greatest wrongdoing the world has known.
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Ryan Mc Crory 21 Aug 13
Jail the war criminals, not those that expose their crimes.
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Cenk Uygur 21 Aug 13
35 years for giving the public what OUR government was already supposed to give us -- truth about our military.
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Smith 21 Aug 13
Exposing war crimes - 35yrs in prison. Committing war crimes - Free healthcare and lifetime pensions...priceless
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Manon Ress 21 Aug 13
He exposed war crimes. He gets 35 years, the criminals go free. What 's wrong with this country?
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Amir 16 Aug 13
"There is a higher law then the law of government.Thats the law of conscience."Stokely Carmichael
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Niall 21 Aug 13
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Jybyrd 21 Aug 13
Order or commit war crimes, walk free. Expose war crimes to the world, 35 years in prison. This world is backwards.
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C:\web\JeremiahGames 25 Sep 15
Wikileaks: >Bush is war criminal >GG fights corruption > >CyberViolence isn't real Leftists: >DANGER: Bren Asplode!
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The Young Turks 23 Aug 13
8 'bad guys and spies' who got shorter sentences than Bradley Manning. via
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Kristen Meghan 21 Aug 13
An American Hero sentenced to 35 yrs in a cage today Meanwhile, the U.S. govt remains the largest terrorist organization
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#OpBigBrother 14 Aug 13
Write letters to Bradley: Commander, HHC USAG Attn: PFC Bradley Manning 239 Sheridan Ave, Bldg 417 JBM-HH, VA 22211
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Tom Morello 21 Aug 13
"Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing." - Benjamin Franklin
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TheNewDeal 21 Aug 13
Bradley Manning Gets 35 Years in Prison. The Torturerers and Criminals He Helped Expose Go Free.
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Oslo FoWL 14 Aug 13
Information - in the hands of the people - is a necessary precondition for any democratic state to function.
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Micah Lee 21 Aug 13
! San Francisco protest of 35-year sentence for telling the truth
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Sean Paul Purvis 23 Aug 13
The U.S government are a bunch of bastards. 35 years of imprisonment for a man that exposed the armys cowardly ways.
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