Bradley Manning treatment in 'flagrant violation' of military code -- lawyerQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The harsh conditions forced upon Bradley Manning in military detention have been laid out in detail as part of a court filing in which the US army is accused of a 'flagrant violation' of his right not to be punished prior to trial. The motion also claims that Manning was punished through 'degradation and humiliation', notably by forcing him to stand outside his cell naked during a morning inspection. This, his Coombs claims, was 'retaliatory punishment' for speaking out over his treatment.|
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