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Bradley Manning - American Hero. Cenk Uygur on Fire at OccupyLA.

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Published on Jul 16, 2012

Private Bradley Manning has been imprisoned and tortured for challenging our government. The mainstream media have either ignored Manning or condemned him as a criminal, even though (or because) he did their job better than they do. At a speech to OccupyLA on July 14, 2012, Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks explains why Manning should be considered an American hero, calls for his release, and explains the failure of the mainstream media in questioning power and authority.

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MD America
Free Bradley Manning!
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Jeannie Weannie
Did Cenk say they do a TV show? If so how can I watch it.
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MyAbridged
In one hundred years, Bradley Manning shall be known as a hero, and the US government will be the ones called Tyrants Some of us will even live to see that day
MyAbridged
Anon's hairstyle is awesome
Chris Ray Gun
He broke a law that shouldn't have existed in the first place.
Get Involved You Live Here
Nice work Cenk
L00NGB00W
Beats me, I'm Canadian. =) Although I'd definitely vote for Cenk, compared to the other delegates. It would be great to see a left wing 'agnostic' in charge of the world's most powerful army.
L00NGB00W
Cenk Uygur 2012! Oh wait he's from Turkey, no? He should at least run for governor.
UniversalPotentate
There is one MAJOR problem with this video ... There's no option to like it twice!
Ian Warner
"My official position on Wikileaks is, it is nothing I didn't know already. Had Manning come to me however, you're damn right I would have published it!"- Ian Hislop: Editor of Private Eye: The last bastion of actual journalism here in the UK.
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