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Sunday 12 August Vigil outside the Ecuadorian Embassy Six women took up the vigil for Julian Assange outside the Ecuadorian Embassy for several hours on Sunday morning and across lunchtime, most from UK Friends of WikiLeaks (UK FoWL). UK FoWL … Continue reading
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Reports from 16 July See also this report on indymedia with additional links. Vigil at the US Embassy in London Ben Griffin of Veterans for Peace UK reports: After over two years in prison awaiting trial for allegedly leaking information … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Australia, Bradley Manning, Brisbane, Britain, Catholic Worker, Julian Assange, leafleting, London, solidarity, torture, US, US Embassy, Veterans for Peace, vigil, Wales, WikiLeaks, WISE Up, Wrexham
London, 7 July Queer Friends of Bradley Manning had a presence at the World Pride 2012 parade in London on Saturday 7 July. Thanks to Robert Coxwell for the photo. Here’s a report from the event: Despite the rain and … Continue reading
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Seven people from Chester, Wrexham and beyond took a solidarity vigil into Chester city centre to mark the start of another three days of pre-trial hearing for Bradley Manning in Fort Meade, Maryland, US. The vigil was timed to begin … Continue reading
When we heard that Tim Price’s powerful play ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ was to be performed by National Theatre Wales in schools in Pembrokeshire, Cardiff and Flintshire during April, starting with Tasker Milward, the school Bradley attended as a … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, art, benefit gig, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, Catholic Worker, court, Craig Murray, demo, Denbigh, exhibition, film, flyer, Food Not Bombs, Haverfordwest, leafleting, letters, meeting, National Theatre Wales, Pembrokeshire, performance, solidarity, speakers, Veterans for Peace, vigil, Wales, WikiLeaks, Wrexham
The court hearing Bradley is back in court for a pre-trial ‘motions’ hearing. Reports from the court here: Kevin Gosztola; Nathan Fuller day 1; Nathan Fuller day 2. Supporters in Cardiff held a day of solidarity to mark the beginning … Continue reading
Tagged anti-militarism, anti-war, Bradley Manning, Cardiff, film, Food Not Bombs, Incident in New Baghdad, Jim Spione, leafleting, meeting, solidarity, Wales, WISE Up
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Tim Price’s play The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning performed by the National Theatre Wales has been in Haverfordwest 12 – 14 April, at the school that Bradley attended as a teenager, and is now moving to Cardiff from 18 – … Continue reading
Here’s the flyer for the main Wales events planned so far. Please share, download, print, distribute far and wide. Download the version with English cover here. Download the version with Welsh cover here.
We marked the start of Bradley Manning’s pre-trial hearing and his 24th birthday in Wales with four days of solidarity action: in Wrexham on Friday morning and in Cardiff on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Bradley Manning has strong Welsh connections: … Continue reading
War resisters Ciaron O’Reilly and Ben Griffin speak out for Manning There has been an anti-war presence at Occupy LSX outside St Paul’s almost every day with Ciaron O’Reilly, Ben Griffin and others speaking in public about Bradley Manning, the … Continue reading
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Tagged anti-militarism, Bradley Manning, Catholic Worker, Julian Assange, leafleting, Michael Lyons, Occupy!, speakers, Veterans for Peace UK, WikiLeaks