Good Turnout for Manning in London


On Tuesday 27 November Bradley Manning faced another pre-motion hearing. This time his defence team is arguing that his pretrial detention was illegal and that the charges should be dropped. His lawyer is also asking that for every 1 day Bradley spent in solitary confinement 10 days should be taken off any future custodial sentence. This week Bradley Manning will speak in public for the first time in over 900 days. He has accepted responsibility for the most significant act of war resistance ever.

Veterans for Peace London were joined by 20 folk at the US Embassy and we stood in solidarity with Bradley as the audio from the Collateral Murder video was broadcast. Supporters also gathered at Fort Meade the location of the hearing.

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  1. Barry Ladendorf says:

    Hey Ben good work by VFP London. Proud to have you guys with us.
    Keep up the good work for peace and support for Bradley Manning.

    Barry Ladendorf
    President San Diego VFP, Chapter 91

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