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It’s official. He’s a hero. Bradley Manning pleads guilty to exposing US government misdeeds. Thank you B. Manning mmflint.me/12ezTcF
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) March 1, 2013
Bradley Manning has pleaded guilty to just under half of the charges stemming from his massive leak of military documents to WikiLeaks. Conspicuously, he pleaded not guilty to “aiding the enemy.” If leaking piles of classified documents isn’t “aiding the enemy,” we’d like to know what is.
BREAKING: Manning is pleading guilty to 10 out of 22 charges – military court’s media liaison ow.ly/i8m7g
— RT (@RT_com) February 28, 2013
REU: U.S. ARMY PRIVATE ACCUSED IN WIKILEAKS CASE PLEADS NOT GUILTY TO
AIDING THE ENEMY AT MILITARY HEARING
— Michael van Poppel (@mpoppel) February 28, 2013
Surprisingly, Manning also apparently said that he tried and failed to leak to the mainstream U.S. media before turning to Julian Assange and his deranged crew.
— Ed Pilkington (@Edpilkington) February 28, 2013
— Daniel Wright (@DanSWright) February 28, 2013
Of course, to our radical friends, this means he just admitted to an act of heroism against the big, bad United States.
“If Bradley Manning did what he’s accused of, he’s a consummate hero, & deserves a medal & our collective gratitude, not decades in prison.”
— EqualRights&Justice (@HeartPowered) March 1, 2013
Bradley Manning is the Robin Hood of our time; an outlaw to the state and a hero to the common man bit.ly/YLj30K
— Yousef Munayyer (@YousefMunayyer) March 1, 2013
Bradley Manning is a true hero in my books.rt.com/usa/manning-wi…
— Nicholas Mejia (@SeegeR3volution) March 1, 2013
— #New World Order (@nwohashtag) March 1, 2013
— Teddy Occupy (@TeddyOccupy) March 1, 2013
Um, that would be the pope, a man who taught peace rather than maliciously leaking information that would facilitate the slaughter of innocents.
— C0ncentric.I (@NoMoBlu) March 1, 2013
Bradley Manning is probably the greatest American hero you’ve never heard of.
— Travis Johns (@T_B_Johns) March 1, 2013
Are people really so accepting of human rights abuses that they don’t mind giving the jihadists our most valuable information? Are they just plain ignorant? Whatever they think, for all of our sakes, we can only hope that these people wake up someday.