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comprehension is not my problem.

He clearly uncovered at least one act involving wrong doing. Which is not verified by any individual opinion I possess but it is clearly verified by many media publications without redaction titled:

"Bradley Manning Uncovered U.S. Torture, Abuse, Soldiers Laughing As They Killed Innocent Civilians"
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/21/bradley-manning-lea...

History Will Pardon Manning, Even If Obama Doesn't
http://www.newyorker.com/online/blogs/johncassidy/2013/08/hi...

'Ha ha, I hit 'em': Top secret video showing U.S. helicopter pilots gunning down 12 civilians in Baghdad attack leaked online

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1263822/WikiLeaks-vi...

Leaked U.S. video shows deaths of Reuters' Iraqi staffers
http://www.reuters.com/article/2010/04/06/us-iraq-usa-journa...

and hundreds if not thousands of similar news articles. It is further verified by the millions of comments on youtube, facebook, news sites, and forums all over the internet discussing the video. Any claim or inference the vast majority of people who watched the video were not outraged or shocked by what they seen is ludicrous. The evidence wrong doing of something exists by the millions, possibly billions of comments all over the internet is irrefutable.

You try to justify wrong doing with some absurd claim the environment warrants such action. I am happy to report millions of people disagree with you. I am happy knowing millions of people deem what they seen as the murder of innocent civilians. I am happy Bradley Manning had the moral courage to give the video to wikileaks.

I can't speak to all of the other documents but I can comment on some other documents wiki leaks has obtained such as cables from a U.S. Ambassador to Iraq verifying former administration officials plainly lied.

Nor do I have any specific comments about the trial or any legal justifications of a tribunal devoid of moral obligations.

I can also say the world is changing. 35 years is a long time and it will dam sure be a measure used against officials who are convicted of wrong doing in the future and if you think the American people are going to keep tolerating wrong doing by officials ... look around. Government trust is at an all time low and trust is the only real currency government possesses.

Don't worry about what I think or whether it is relevant. I am presently in a minority. However since bad actions have consequences I am 100% confident I will eventually be a majority whether I live to see it or not. I will patiently wait until the time is right but woe to thieves and murderers when that day comes. They will get everything they are due including a minimum of 35 years for intentionally keeping secret from the American people any official wrong doing. Since grace, mercy, and forgiveness have been absent from the official administration of justice it will also be absent when the American people administer justice against officials who have performed wrong doing.