Thursday, February 28, 2013

'US in era of whistleblower hunt, ignores murdering mercenaries & criminal banksters'. (VIDEO)

After over a thousand days of detention without trial, the US Army has finally given a first glimpse into the proceedings against Bradley Manning.

The Pentagon gave in to the pressure of numerous Freedom of Information Act demands and published documents related to the case.

The 25-year-old army private faces numerous charges, including 'aiding the enemy' - for allegedly leaking thousands of diplomatic cables to Wikileaks.

For more RT talks to Kevin Gosztola, a journalist covering Manning's case.

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