— The Erimtan Angle —

Chase Madar, attorney and writer, joins us to talk about the status of alleged Wikileaker Bradley Manning and his potential future.

‘In May 2010, an intelligence analyst in the US Army’s 10th Mountain Division was arrested on suspicion of leaking nearly half a million classified government documents, including the infamous “Collateral Murder” gunsight video and 260,000 State Department cables. After nine months in solitary confinement, the suspect now awaits court-martial in Fort Leavenworth. He is twenty-four, comes from Crescent, Oklahoma and his name is Bradley Manning. Who is Private First Class Bradley Manning? Why did he allegedly commit the largest security breach in American history–and why was it so easy? Is Manning a traitor or a whistleblower? Is long-term isolation an outrage to American values–or the new norm? Are the leaks revolutionary or a sensational nonevent? Which is the greater security threat, routinized elite secrecy or flashes of transparency? And what impact does new information really have?  The astonishing leaks attributed to Bradley Manning are viewed from many angles, from Tunisia to GuantánamoBay, from Foggy Bottom to Baghdad to small-town Oklahoma. Around the world, the eloquent alleged act of one young man obliges citizens to ask themselves if they have the right to know what their government is doing’.[1]

[1] “The Passion of Bradley Manning” OR Books. http://www.orbooks.com/catalog/bradley-manning/.


Comments on: "The Passion of Bradley Manning" (3)

  1. Chase Madar said:

    Dear Chief Sitting Bull of Istanbul, çok sagol for featuring my work on l’affaire Bradley Manning. Your gorgeous site is not just easy on the eyes, it’s Iznik on the eyes. If you have any wish to blog about this further, I’m at your service–chase.madar@gmail.com. all best & many thanks, Chase

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