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  •  Bullshit, what Manning released did no harm. (0+ / 0-)

    Prove that anything he released caused harm.  That is the whole point being denied throughout this charade, called "military justice".

    "No harm, no foul."

    “Where is the damage?” Coombs asked. “Where is the harm? That’s what the defense wanted to get out today and in this hearing and yet you ruled no, we’re not going to hear that.”


    If a citizen is to be charged with a crime as serious as aiding the enemy, is to too much to ask that the state answer the simple question, Was the enemy aided?


    Though still mystifyingly considered “classified” by the state, the information released by WikiLeaks is publicly available on the Internet.

    Show us this:
    he also exposed members of US intelligence forces working in the region.
    Please provide names, numbers, addresses, publicly available news feeds, etc.

    Who did he expose?  Were the people he exposed breaking the law????  Were they committing war crimes? Crimes against Humanity??? Were they criminals???

    Exposing a criminal IS NOT A CRIMINAL ACT, it's the duty of every serviceman and woman.

    Have those criminals been brought to justice yet? Or has the levers of this government been used to protect them from their own illegalities?

    It seems so.

    -7.62; -5.95 The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane.~Tesla

    by gerrilea on Thu Jun 06, 2013 at 01:02:27 AM PDT

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