PFC Bradley Manning’s Charge Sheet

Michael Yon provides a digital copy of PFC Bradley Manning's Charge Sheet, dated 29 May. It makes for interesting reading.

Michael Yon provides a digital copy of PFC Bradley Manning’s Charge Sheet, dated 29 May.  It makes for interesting reading.

I’m reminded of a line from a minor classic from Mark Chesnutt:  “Don’t you play dumb with us, son, you know damn well what the charge is.”

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Comments

  1. Interesting indeed.
    I was mistaken on OTB Radio last night when I spoke about this. I thought Manning had been stationed in the US when the document purloining happened.
     

  2. DonM says:

    Another product of DADT.
    Soviet spies routinely tried to exploit homosexuals from other contries. Commintern program had the nickname “Homintern”.