Bradley Manning

Terror Suspects in the UK, Torture, the Law, Solitary Confinement, Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks: Angola 3 News Interviews Activist Richard Haley

10.3.11

My friend Richard Haley, of Scotland Against Criminalising Communities (SACC), recently put me up for two nights in Edinburgh, during a visit as part of my ongoing tour of the documentary film, “Outside the Law: Stories from Guantánamo,” which I co-directed with filmmaker Polly Nash. Richard and I have known each other for many years […]

Andy Worthington Discusses Bradley Manning, WikiLeaks and the Spanish Torture Case Against the Bush Administration with Kevin Gosztola of Op-Ed News

9.3.11

A few days ago I had the pleasure to talk to Kevin Gosztola of Op-Ed News for his regular podcast show, “This Week in WikiLeaks,” which is available below (or on the Op-Ed News page here). The 24-minute show followed up on the announcement that 22 new charges — including one that potentially carries the […]

Death Penalty for Bradley Manning, the Alleged WikiLeaks Whistleblower?

3.3.11

Alleged WikiLeaks source Pfc. Bradley Manning, who has been in US custody since last May, after he reportedly told a former hacker that he had passed thousands of classified US military documents and diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks, had 22 new charges filed against him on Tuesday by the US Army, including a capital offense — […]

Andy Worthington Discusses WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning and Guantánamo with Chris Cook on Gorilla Radio

21.1.11

At 1 am on Tuesday morning, with the jet lag barely diminished from my recent trip to the States to call for the closure of Guantánamo on the 9th anniversary of the prison’s opening, I was, nevertheless, delighted to talk to Chris Cook of Pacific Free Press on his Gorilla Radio show in Victoria, British […]

Former Quantico Commander Objects to Treatment of Bradley Manning, the Alleged WikiLeaks Whistleblower

20.1.11

Via WarIsACrime.org, here’s a powerful letter to General James F. Amos, Commandant of the Marine Corps, by retired Marine Corps captain David C. MacMichael, the former commander of Headquarters Company at Marine Corps Base Quantico, in Virginia, where Pfc Bradley Manning, the young soldier accused of providing a trove of classified US government documents to […]

Psychologists Protest the Torture of Bradley Manning to the Pentagon; Jeff Kaye Reports

6.1.11

My colleague Jeff Kaye — or to give him his proper title, Dr. Jeffrey Kaye — amazes all who know him by being an extraordinary freelance journalist while holding down a full-time job as a psychologist. As I have previously reported, Jeff has spent many years digging away at the largely submerged story of how […]

Is Bradley Manning Being Held as Some Sort of “Enemy Combatant”?

20.12.10

In disturbing reports from the US, it appears that Private First Class Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of leaking the Afghan and Iraqi war logs, the US diplomatic cables and the “Collateral Murder” video, which have dominated headlines globally since WikiLeaks began making them available in April this year, is being held in […]

Ten Thoughts About Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

14.12.10

1. Since its founding in December 2006, WikiLeaks, which was established as, essentially, a secure information clearing house for whistleblowers around the world to provide sensitive information, some of which would then be released to the public, and which was reportedly set up by “Chinese dissidents, journalists, mathematicians and start-up company technologists, from the US, […]

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Investigative journalist, author, campaigner, commentator and public speaker. Recognized as an authority on Guantánamo and the “war on terror.” Co-founder, Close Guantánamo, co-director, We Stand With Shaker. Also, singer and songwriter (The Four Fathers) and photographer.
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