Can someone please shut Alexa O'Brien up?
More garbage from her shows up at the Guardian today.
I'm sorry, when did that bitch become the spokesperson for Bradley Manning?
She's spoken to him how many times?
Oh, right, zero.
But she has to play Know It All -- it's apparently a condition she can't shake.
She needs to just shup up.
She's not a reporter.
She's as dumb as she is ugly -- which is really dumb.
Her pretending what Bradley said in the court-martial Wednesday didn't take place is embarrassing.
The hag needs to shut her down mouth already because we're all tired of her lies.
If she gave a damn about Bradley, she would have written about counter-insurgency.
What did Bradley say February 28th?
Bradley Manning: In
attempting to conduct counter-terrorism or CT and counter-insurgency
COIN operations we became obsessed with capturing and killing human
targets on lists and not being suspicious of and avoiding cooperation
with our Host Nation partners, and ignoring the second and third order
effects of accomplishing short-term goals and missions. I believe that
if the general public, especially the American public, had access to the
information contained within the CIDNE-I and CIDNE-A tables this could
spark a domestic debate on the role of the military and our foreign
policy in general as [missed word] as it related to Iraq and
I also believed the detailed analysis of the
data over a long period of time by different sectors of society might
cause society to reevaluate the need or even the desire to even to
engage in counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations that ignore
the complex dynamics of the people living in the effected environment
But Alexa can't write about counter-insurgency. She's too busy passing her freakish fantasies off as fact.
Someone tell her to shut up already.
In "The apology," Ann noted Free Speech Radio News:
Pfc Bradley Manning apologizes during sentencing hearing
First Class Bradley Manning addressed the court yesterday, during the
sentencing phase of his military trial. Despite his acquittal on the
most serious of the charges against him, aiding the enemy, Private
Manning faces as much as 90 years in prison for releasing classified
military information to the public. Manning spent more than three years
in pretrial detention, much of which he served in solitary confinement.
Throughout the trial, he fought the charges against him. Yesterday, he
shifted gears and apologized for his actions. David Swanson is Campaign
Coordinator at RootsAction.org and blogs at warisacrime.org. Swanson was
in the courtroom when Manning made his statement, and described
Manning's statement as “an apology for having acted without being able
to think clearly.”
“That's not what Bradley Manning
did. If you look back at the chat logs, he was thinking very, very
clearly and he had clear and honorable intentions. There is a reason he
is viewed as a hero around the world, why he is a four time Nobel Peace
Prize nominee. And it just wasn't discussed by him or by the therapists
or by his sister or his aunts, in all of yesterdays testimony.”
to Swanson, the strategy to seek the mercy of the court was clear.
Further, there was no mention of the mistreatment Manning suffered
during his pretrial confinement, no discussion of the relative merits
of any particular sentencing outcome,
“... and no
mention whatsoever at any time during the course of the day of the good
that he did the world as the most significant whislteblower in U.S.
The Court is expected to return its verdict early next week.
That's reality. It's time for Alexa O'Brien to stop lying.