On Wednesday, the Army announced 22 additional charges against Private Manning, including “aiding the enemy.”I guess they know them when they see them. I await with some anticipation the new ground in legal thinking in which we are told that revealing the enemy aided will grant them further publicity, thus aiding them even more, so the prosecutor has a legal duty to not mention their name in court documents.
The charge sheet did not explain who “the enemy” was. . .
Friday, March 4, 2011
Really, it cannot be said enough that "our" government is speeding past the point of hypocrisy into a previously incomprehensible realm of pure contradiction.