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Court-martial recommended for Bradley Manning

Soldier accused of giving classified documents to Wikileaks' Assange

Pvt. Bradley Manning, the former U.S. Army analyst accused of giving Wikileaks founder Julian Assange hundreds of classified documents, has been recommended to stand trial before a court martial
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Jan 13, 2012, 4:54 pm
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What a surprise! And the members of the court-martial board (the jury) will listen to all of the “evidence” and their deductive reasoning will be formed by the following mantra: IF THE GOVERNMENT THOUGHT MANNING WAS INNOCENT THEY WOULD NOT HAVE CHARGED HIM WITH THIS CRIME—AND THEREFORE IT IS OUR DUTY TO CONVICT HIM. This reasoning comes about as natural to career military members as they are basically ‘book men’; they do things ‘by the book’. It is not until long after retirement that military men and women realize that during their careers they never entertained an original idea. By then, it will be too late for Manning. http://johnmccarthy90066.tripod.com/id1.html

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