30 July 2013



If the combined weight, pressure, power and arguments of the Obama Administration and the US Military couldn't convince a military judge (similar to a real judge, except hugely partial to the government and military) that Manning was guilty of "aiding the enemy," think what a dumb and weak case they must have had.

Which did not, of course, stop the government from spending huge amounts of your money trying to convict Manning of treason. We have to set a good example of what happens to people who show the public what the military actually does, as opposed to what its propaganda arm (the mainstream American press and "embedded" reporters) says it does.


1 comment:

Buffalo Bill said...

I spent 6 almost 6 years in the USAF (1957-1962) Anytime that we were alerted that a Senator or Member of Congress was coming to visit, we would spend hours hiding things.