Monthly Archives: February 2012

US Embassy Vigil in London as Bradley Manning is Arraigned in US: report

Vigil in London Ciaron O’Reilly reports: 25 folks gathered outside the U.S. embassy in London last evening (23 February) in solidarity with Bradley Manning. Those assembled included folks from Anonymous, Catholic Worker, London Guantánamo Campaign, Payday men’s network, Veterans for … Continue reading

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23 Feb: Solidarity Vigil at US Embassy in London as Bradley Manning is Arraigned in US

Thursday 23 February, 5pm – 6pm Stand in solidarity with Bradley Manning in London as he is arraigned for Court Martial in the US. The Vigil will take place at the hour the arraignment is starting at Fort Meade, Maryland. … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning ‘in his own words’

Read the full article here “one of the more significant documents of our time, removing the fog of war and revealing the true nature of 21st century asymmetrical warfare.” Due to sensationalised media reports, a lot of people are quite … Continue reading

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Get involved! Events for Bradley Manning in Wales 11-28 April

Support Bradley Manning! Support Human Rights! Read the full call-out here. Get involved in organising and supporting events across Wales for Bradley Manning between 11 and 28 April. These events will be happening alongside the National Theatre Wales production By … Continue reading

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Bradley Manning’s case referred to Court Martial

Military officials have formally referred Bradley Manning’s case to Court Martial.

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A Report from the Solidarity Vigil for Julian Assange at the Supreme Court, London

by Ciaron O’Reilly By the time I lived in community with Phil Berrigan, he was a wise old man. He had served many years in U.S. prisons for his nonviolent resistance to the Vietnam War and nuclear weapons – initiating … Continue reading

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