Private Manning Support Network

Press releases from the campaign to release Private Manning from a 35-year prison sentence for forwarding huge quantities of classified material to Wikileaks.

Snowden and Manning deserve clemency based on NYT criteria

Last week, the New York Times editorial board thrilled government transparency advocates worldwide when they released an article calling on President Obama to grant clemency to Edward Snowden. They declare him a whistleblower loud and clear in the article’s title,…

Oliver Stone, Maggie Gyllenhall, Russell Brand, & others in video for Bradley Manning

While Pfc. Bradley Manning stands trial at Ft. Meade, MD, pop-culture celebrities declare their support for the Army whistleblower, in a five-minute advocacy video released late yesterday. More than 20 Hollywood actors, musicians, and other well-known leaders appear in the new…

Bradley Manning has honour awarded and then withdrawn by San Francisco Pride Parade

Earlier in the week Bradley Manning, the openly gay US soldier and source of the wikileaks documents which shone some light on the antics of the US government around the world and has led to him facing prison for the…

Audio recording of Bradley Manning’s statement leaked

The Freedom of the Press Foundation published a full audio recording of Bradley Manning’s statement to the court taking responsibility for WikiLeaks’ releases. The transparency group Freedom of the Press Foundation has published an illicit audio recording of Pfc. Bradley…

Bradley Manning’s own words: blowing the whistle on war crimes

Bradley’s 35-page testimony last week detailed his time as an intelligence analyst in Iraq and how he concluded that the American public needed to see the United States’ secret abuses in its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He deserves thanks,…