Bradley is being brought back to Ft. Meade Maryland on April 24-26 for pre-court martial prosecution motions hearing. Bradley Manning is facing over 20 charges, one carrying the death penalty, accused of exposing war crimes of the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan. See the Collateral Murder video.
Bradley is in jail for us, we’re on the streets for him. End the Wars! Free Bradley Manning! Drop the Charges!
London Vigil: Free Bradley Manning!
Vigil Outside U.S. Embassy
Grosvenor Square London
Tuesday 5 pm April 24th.
Guest speaker Peter Tatchell.
Demanding All Charges be Dropped Against Bradley Manning
Please RSVP if you can – helps us organise the event!
Cardiff Solidarity: Free Food, Free Bradley Manning!
Organised with Food Not Bombs Cardiff.
From midday, outside Cardiff Central Market, entrance near St John’s Church.
Tim Price’s play ‘The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning’ places Bradley firmly in the Welsh radical tradition. It so happens that Dic Penderyn, a young man who was framed following the 1831 Merthyr Rising, was hanged at the age of 23 just a few yards from where we will be taking action on Tuesday 24th to draw attention to Bradley’s situation and calling for his freedom. No more martyrs!
In the evening, there will be a ‘special sneak preview’ screening of Jim Spione’s Oscar nominated short documentary ‘Incident in New Baghdad’ in Cardiff. This film tells the story of Ethan McCord, the US soldier on the ground during the ‘Collateral Murder’ incident, who rescued two seriously injured children from the van where their father had been killed. More information about this event here.
Full details of the Free Food, Free Bradley Manning event here.
REPORTS – Recent Solidarity Actions in Wales around Welsh National Theatre’s perfomances of “The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning”
Youtube (1 min) – The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning Hyper Connected Theatre.
Youtube (30 secs) Audience Reactions ‘The Radicalisation Of Bradley Manning’.
Report & Photos here.
A year of photos of solidarity with Bradley Manning and Julian Assange in London and elsewhere