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Submission + - Manning's lawyer motions for "unlawful pretrial punishment" (armycourtmartialdefense.info)

zapyon writes: The 100+ pages of the motion describe in detail the torture-like treatment of the suspect. — Can a trial be just, could any "confession" be trusted after such treatment?

The question for future whistle-blower remains: how to sound up without getting caught and treated like this unlucky man.

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Manning's lawyer motions for "unlawful pretrial punishment"

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