Bradley Manning in Jail for 560 Days, No Date Set for Trial

Accused of giving classified material to WikiLeaks, Bradley Manning has now been in pre-trial confinement for 560 days. He has been exposed to harsh conditions while in custody, including solitary confinement and forced nudity. Rights groups like Amnesty International and the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture have drawn attention to Manning’s case and treatment – and the arrest of three activists protesting in support of Manning has drawn additional attention – but the U.S. government still has not set a date for Manning’s trial.

Read the whole article by Ann Wright at Common Dreams. 

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