WAR CRIMES WHISTLEBLOWER PFC Manning FACES PROSECUTION
Manning faces up to 52 years in prison for releasing a 2007 video showing an Army helicopter firing on an unarmed group of Iraqi civilians and two Reuters journalists, killing twelve of them.
We can help him in many ways, including our strong affirmation of his defense based on international legal principles: The Nuremberg trials of Nazi war criminals established that soldiers have a legal duty to report war crimes to their commanders. Manning can argue that he cannot be court-martialled solely for disclosing evidence of war crimes by Army units.
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