SF Bradley Manning Gathering to Mark 1000 Days in Prison Without Trial

San Francisco Bradley Manning Gathering to Mark 1000 Days in Prison Without Trial.Saturday, Feb 23rd, 1:00pm, Bradley Manning Plaza (formerly Justin Herman Plaza) San Francisco Ca.

Join us as we mark 1000 days of wrongful confinement and demand justice for Bradley Manning!

Speakers, Visuals, Performers, Art, Action

For anyone interested in preforming, speaking or for further details and questions, please contact [email protected]

BRADLEY MANNING, a 25 year old, openly gay, US army intelligence analyst is facing life in prison and has been held in pre-trial confinement for nearly 1000 days without a court martial. He endured torture and solitary confinement for the first 10 months of his incarceration. He is accused of sharing with the following with the Wikileaks whistle blowing website: the “Collatoral Murder” video of the killing of civilians by a US helicopter in Iraq, the Guantanamo Files, the Afghan War Logs & revealing US diplomatic cables. In short, he’s been charged with blowing the whistle on war crimes & telling us the truth about US foreign policy.


When: 02/23/2013, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Bradley Manning Plaza
1 Market St
San Francisco

United States


10 thoughts on “SF Bradley Manning Gathering to Mark 1000 Days in Prison Without Trial

  1. for every 1 person at Bradley plaza saturday there are, i am certain, 1000+ others not there, who also support this fine young human. i am homebound caring for my very ill 17 year old cat, winky, and likely cannot attend for that reason. kudos to everyone who can and does attend, and to the multitude of more invisible supporters like myself who wish they were there. carry on…

    much much love,
    heartLove! (in oakland)

  2. US government now has in its National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) “authority” to designate ” belligerents” and indefinitely detain without evidence or trial in violation of our own Constitution. Our free speech, right to disagree with our leaders (government), right to assemble (gather to plan and/or express opposition/dissent), and rights to due process (hearings, trials, knowing why we’re being being imprisoned) are being “legally” removed. We are now no longer land of the FREE! If we ever were, seeing that we had slavery to start.
    We have put into “law”, what we are doing to Bradley Manning. Wake up! The ideas/ideals are good, the execution/reality does not match. Bradley wants to hold us to the higher standard: TRUTH. He is my HERO. THANK YOU, BRADLEY!

  3. Bradley Manning deserves the Nobel Peace Prize and should be hailed as a hero by all American’s. He tried to tell all of us the truth about what is really happening and what the U.S. is doing now or plans to do in the future to all, everywhere in the world.Hurray for Bradley Manning.

  4. Bradley Manning’s continued unconstitutional incarceration without trial or due process is making a mockery of the U.S. government’s system of justice. All the judges and federal officials who fail to speak out about this are helping destroy public confidence in the government. A recent Pew Research Center poll found that for the first time, a majority of Americans see the U.S. government as a threat to their freedoms — http://www.people-press.org/2013/01/31/majority-says-the-federal-government-threatens-their-personal-rights/.

    Indeed, with the Arab Spring and protests across Europe and China, and unrest in Russsia, Iran, and elsewhere over the past couple years, it looks increasingly like the people of the world are getting fed up with the governments that claim to speak for them and are responsible for this and many other human rights abuses in the course of attempting to crush and silence dissent.

    Free Bradley Manning now!

    Love & Liberty,
    ((( starchild )))
    At-Large Representative, Libertarian National Committee

  5. National Security is very important and ought not to be tarnished. nay, defiled by governmental people and organizations confusing/ claiming that it is national security which prevents the revelation of embarrassing and criminal acts, which, if they are done, violate our Constitution and treaties to which we are partner. This is why our government placed the First Amendment in our Constitution, even before they sought ratification for that document. Every soldier and every elected official in our country swears an oath of allegiance to uphold that Constitution. The remedy is simple (though perhaps, not easy). Don’t violate that oath by breaking the Constitution or those treaties (including the Geneva Conventions). If and/or when you discover that they are being violated, expose this, so that we, the people, may make informed decisions on how to correct the situation. Claiming “National Security” has repeatedly been demonstrated to be neither the remedy nor the upholding of our Constitution.

  6. My family, friends, collleagues, neighbors wholeheartedly support this brave young man.
    I’m a Vietnam vet and support VFP. Urge everyone to read N. Turse’s book on Vietnam to learn more deeply about the criminal nature of US empire.-js

  7. So strange when you really think about it. Bardley Manning is in jail and the real criminals are walking around free as a bird.

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