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article imageFull video: 'I am Bradley Manning' with host of celebrities

By Anne Sewell     Jun 21, 2013 in World
A host of high-profile celebrities and journalists took a stand and made a moving video, wherein they state the case of Manning and say that they are all, indeed, Bradley Manning. The full video is now available for viewing.
Digital Journal reported on the sneak peek preview of the video on June 5, but now the full and final product is available for viewing above.
While the court case against him continues, the Nobel Peace Prize nominee and whistleblower, Bradley Manning is on trial after having been confined for three years.
The video explains how the information that Manning gave to the public "has been a catalyst for pro-democracy movements in the Arab world, exposed the unjust detainment of innocent people at Guantanamo Bay, shown us the true human cost of our wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and changed journalism forever."
We are informed that there is no evidence that anyone died as a result of the leaked information, yet Bradley faces life in prison or possibly death.
The greatest charge against him is that of “aiding the enemy,” a capital offense.
We are asked, "As the public who benefited from this information, does that make us the enemy? What price will future whistleblowers pay?"
The Nobel Peace Prize petition is available for signature and sharing here and anyone interested can submit photos of themselves, holding a sign stating: "I am Bradley Manning" in support of the whistleblower.
The full list of celebrities involved in the project is included below:
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Roger Waters
Oliver Stone
Daniel Ellsberg
Phil Donahue
Michael Ratner
Alice Walker
Tom Morello
Matt Taibbi
Peter Sarsgaard
Angela Davis
Molly Crabapple
Tim DeChristopher
LT Dan Choi
Bishop George Packard
Russell Brand
Allan Nairn
Chris Hedges
Wallace Shawn
Adhaf Soueif
Josh Stieber
Michael Ratner
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