A year in photos

[1] Bradley Manning; action at Northwood Military HQ, London – December 2010

[2] Westminster Magistrates Court, London December 2010; Australia House, London – December 2010

[3] Australia House, London – December 2010; flyer for public meeting – February 2011

[4] Belmarsh Court, Woolwich, London – February 2011; Subterranean Homesick Blues remake, Savoy Hotel, London – June 2011

[5] Belmarsh Court, Woolwich, London – February 2011

[6] Belmarsh Court, Woolwich, London – February 2011

[7] Belmarsh Court, Woolwich, London – February 2011

[8] Belmarsh Court, Woolwich, London – February 2011

[9] Wrexham – January and March 2011

[10] Wrexham – March 2011

[11] US Embassy, London – March 2011

[12] US Embassy, London – March 2011

[13] US Embassy, London – March 2011

[14] Solidarity Postcard; Wrexham – April 2011

[15] Giuseppe Conlon House, London – April 2011

[16] Giuseppe Conlon House, London – April 2011

[17] Giuseppe Conlon House, London – April 2011

[18] Giuseppe Conlon House, London – April 2011

[19] Dublin – April 2011

[20] Dublin – April and May 2011

[21] Posters and postcards

[22] London – Good Friday 2011

[23] London – Good Friday 2011

[24] London – Good Friday 2011

[25] High Court, London – June 2011

[26] Parliament Square and High Court, London – June 2011

[27] High Court, London – July 2011

[28] High Court, London – July 2011

[29] High Court, London – July 2011

[30] High Court, London – July 2011

[31] US Embassy, London – July 2011

[32] London – July and October 2011

[33] Pride London – July 2011

[34] Liverpool Peace & Ecology Festival – July 2011

[35] Various festival fields – Summer 2011

[36] High Court, London – July 2011

[37] GCHQ, Cheltenham – September 2011; Downing Street, London – October 2011

[38] Occupy lsx, St Paul’s, London – October 2011

[39] High Court, London – November 2011

[40] Bank of England, London – November 2011

[41] Bank of England, London – November 2011

[42] Occupy lsx, St Paul’s London – November 2011

[43] High Court, London – December 2011

[44] High Court, London – December 2011

[45] High Court, London – December 2011

[46] US Embassy, London – December 2011

[47] Plas Coch, Wrexham – December 2011

[48] UWIC, Central Market and the Red and Black Umbrella, Cardiff – December 2011

[49] Newport Road, Cardiff – December 2011

[50] Messages from Cardiff – December 2011

[51] Whistle and stall, Cardiff; NSA Menwith Hill, North Yorkshire – December 2011

[52] US Embassy, London – December 2011

[53] US Embassy, London – December 2011

[54] US Embassy, London – December 2011

[55] Northwood Military HQ, London – December 2011

[56] Northwood Military HQ, London – December 2011

[57] Northwood Military HQ, London – December 2011

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5 Responses to A year in photos

  1. Heidi Lucken says:

    Pvt Manning swore an oath to UPHOLD AND DEFEND the Constitution. Clearly the actions by military that he exposed were in direct violation of the Constitution, the Geneva Convention and international law. Pvt. Manning was doing his job. Every single soldier that aided in the cover up of these crimes should face court martial. And in point of fact uncovering crimes by the military actually helps America. When the military or any part of the government commits a crime and it is dealt with in an open and fair manner, it proves to the world that America does not put itself about the laws it claims to be defending all over the world. Without whistle blowers this cannot happen when criminals inside the government are actively trying to cover up crimes. It is amazing that nothing is ever said by the main stream media about the crimes he uncovered. Nothing is being said about how the military white washed the actual soldiers who committed these crimes……What the media is trying to do is scare good, honest Americans to not come forward when they find evidence if crimes being committed by the government and the military. I cannot think of anything more evil and more detrimental our great nation than that.

  2. Great selection of pictures! Thanks for putting them all together.

  3. Hugh Hill says:

    Hey great pictures, I am pushing in my own way to help Bradley, whether through words, pictures or deeds it’s the least I could do for someone who stood up to the machine.
    the pictures of Occupy Justice at Old street yesterday (19th jan 2012) came out well, especially the ones of Ben Griffin giving his account, I have worked them into an art format and stuck them on my website and will get round to doing the video soon.

    http://www.hughhillphotography.com/gallery/occupy-war-crimes-trial

    Sincere regards

    Hugh Hill

    ps, let me know when your events are and I’ll do my best to cover them

    Peace.

  4. Vicky Les says:

    The support base for Manning is growing – more people are learning the details of his case !

  5. Charlotte Sheasby-Coleman says:

    Excellent to see all your amazing photos and actions! Peace and hugs to all of you from across the ocean. One day, this world will be a better place and Bradley will be free!! Thank you for all you are all doing.

    Via “Toronto Believes in Bradley Manning and Peace”!!!, Charlotte

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