Why does the corrupt U,N. think they can get involved in PFC mannings prison conditions when they arent bad?
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is currently being held in a U.S. military prison and stands accused of leaking thousands of classified government documents published by WikiLeaks. According to reports from the prison, Manning has been unhappy with his living conditions at the prison, complaining about scratchy bed linens and inadequate access to television.
Though most Americans don’t have much sympathy for the disgruntled prisoner, the United Nations is taking it upon themselves to check in on Manning during his “torturous” captivity:
- Anonymous10 years agoFavorite Answer
Because the U.N i just that. Corrupt. Im sure liberals probably agree with the UN that PFC Manning is kept under torturous captivity too when he is obviously not
- MonkinLv 610 years ago
I would not be surprised at all to hear that Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr., after looking into the matter is found to be in full agreement with the findings of the United Nations, that PFC Manning is being tortured. How dare a traitor be placed in a military prison and be deprived of access to premium TV.
- 10 years ago
The issue of Manning is more complicated than just treason--and he is an American who has individual rights that may not be violated. There are different requirements in domestic vs military law--but in each, he has rights.
If there is an issue where one act of treason or a war crime was revealed by the disclosure--then his charge of treason is delayed due to that circumstance, and the USA military knows it.
If his mental status has changed since he was incarcerated he may not be tried under that condition and must be restored to previous level of mental and physical health, under the Geneva Convention. Any plea to any charge while under duress is thrown out, until the persons is restored to former mental and physical health--regardless of how convenient that may be for the USA military.
If they don't like it, they can pull the criminal nut Army psychiatrist out of prison and hire him, although that would be completely unethical since the criminal nut army psychiatrist has a habit of killing persons or taking life external to acts of war or without the benefit of a jury trial and appeal.
It was only a matter of time before the military painted themselves into this corner--the Constitution wins.
- Grant MLv 410 years ago
If the US is not torturing Manning, why should they worry about an investigation?
Perhaps they have something to be ashamed of.
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- Anonymous10 years ago
UN has no right to interfere with American military law system.
BTW, the Geneva conventions have nothing to do with this case.
Manning is guilty of treason and his liberal supporters know this, they will do anything to try and spring him........
- DONLv 510 years ago
Screw the UN, who cares what they think or say