måndag 27 december 2010

Regarding Bradley Manning

I just read this article about how Wired's Senior Editor Kevin Poulsen apparently possesses, but refuses to disclose, chat logs proving that Bradley Manning was indeed the one who blew the whistle on the U.S. wars.

Also, the article questions the reliability of Adrian Lamo, who is the one alleging Bradley Manning to be the whistleblower.

My very simple question is this; is there any evidence that the chat logs are authentic? If Lamo's credibility is questioned, should not the authenticity of the only evidence - of which he is the source, if I understand correctly - also be questioned?

Just a thought.

And remember - Bradley Manning has now been detained by the FBI for more than half a year, and is still not charged with any criminal acts whatsoever.

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