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August 8, 2013 at 4:33 PM

Manning convicted of violating oaths and expectations

Manning is a traitor Pfc. Bradley Manning was a volunteer; he was not drafted. [“Editorial: Manning no precedent,” Opinion, Aug. 6.] Manning took an oath; there was no coercion. He made a decision not in keeping with that oath. He knew the regulations and the laws that governed his military activities. He did not comply with…


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August 1, 2013 at 4:19 PM

Manning guilty, but did not aid enemy

Manning should not be the one on trial Pfc. Bradley Manning was anything but naive. [“Manning guilty of most charges; didn’t aid enemy,” page one, July 31.] Manning knew that getting the truth out (facts about U.S. war crimes) may well lead to jail, but heroically, he did it anyway. While avoiding the most serious charge, this…


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