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From the article's intro: "The massive dump of US military secrets about the Afghan war - including possible evidence of war crimes - is believed to have come from the detained Army intel analyst. Philip Shenon reports he may not have been the lone leaker."

22-year-old Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning stands accused as the WikiLeaks leaker, 06/15/09. (photo: Unknown)
22-year-old Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning stands accused as the WikiLeaks leaker, 06/15/09. (photo: Unknown)

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+15 # Guest 2010-07-26 23:33
war crimes are commited in Afghanistan - stop this immoral occupation right now - and do not kill the messenger.
and do not let corporate media brainwashed you - US does not have any interest there - but a war profit
 
 
-13 # Guest 2010-07-27 04:25
Only 3 possible tales? How about: "Our democracy is better than theirs, our religion is better than theirs, our ends justify our means, and after we and Israel go to war with Iran, no one will care about Afghanistan and Pakistan except the people who live there, and they don't appreciate our values anyhow, so what do they know about the great struggle to preserve freedom on earth?"
 
 
+12 # Guest 2010-07-27 08:37
Stop and think a bit. These people, regardless of their beliefs are, they are human beings like you and I. No country in the world has the right to impose its culture upon others. Get the hell out of that country! Live and let live...
 
 
+11 # Guest 2010-07-27 08:26
This war is being fought with so few Al Queda, it is a joke. It's no joke when the betrayal by Pakistan is revealed, the knowledge about innocent people dying, the military not coming clean with disturbing facts is told by a young soldier. He should not be punished.
Haven't we had enough of the role of being "bad guys" in the middle east? That role has now spilled over to the mirror this Wikileaks reports as we see ourselves in an honest light. Not a pretty picture.
 
 
+14 # Guest 2010-07-27 08:44
Vietnam redeaux. Pentagon papers? Daniel Ellsberg? When's it going to end? Will we again see choppers flying from the rooftop of an American embassy? This time it'll be Kabul instead of Saigon. What's the difference? Same BS war, different country. When are we going to learn our lesson?
 
 
+12 # Guest 2010-07-27 08:51
Perhaps Bradley Manning and Julian Assange heard Daniel Ellsberg's plea to reveal the truth about the wars our "leaders" have gotten us into. When I first heard Mr. Ellsberg make this plea, I hoped but doubted that he'd be heard but anyone with access to secret information. Now, I believe his plea had an impact.
 

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