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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

An Open Letter to General Buchanan

Bradley Manning’s Judge

By Peter Hollings
Information Clearing House
Wednesday, August 7, 2013

General Buchanan,

You have it within your power to set the sentence for Bradley
Manning.

I am a former military officer having served two tours of duty
in Vietnam.

I recall my oath of office to uphold the Constitution.

It is not an oath to support any particular group of people, or a gang
of criminals exercising authority outside Constitutional boundaries.

What kind of country would we live in if political and military leaders
could do what they wished while suppressing public information and
without legal restraint?

Bradley Manning has, in my opinion, bravely risked his life
and freedom as a matter of conscience to help Americans
restore the rule of law in their society.

He has revealed crimes committed by our government that we,
the people, did not, and would not have authorized.

This is a matter that cries out for justice.

If we continue to pass legislation favoring certain financial elites
and punishing those who reveal the crimes of state in service of
those same elites we will have an unfair and unstable society.

The same is true in the application of what is called justice.

You have an opportunity to obey your oath of office and duty
to the Constitution to free Bradley Manning.

That might come at some professional cost in the short term,
but, believe me, the American people would remember and
forever respect your act of courage.

I believe that it should never be a crime to disclose a crime
committed by a public official and every public official should
be accountable for crimes committed in office.

The American people have not agreed to hire criminals to
conduct their affairs of state and would not do so if posed
with such a choice.

Please choose the right thing. We will remember this.

I will personally lobby our government to strip all who committed
or condoned crimes while in office of all government benefits,
including retirement.

We (the American people) will not reward people for committing
crimes.

Peter Hollings

Please note that General Buchanan can be contacted at:

jeffrey.s.buchanan@us.army.mil

If any reader of this message feels moved to also contact him,
this e-address is the venue to use.



Peter Hollings is a former military officer.

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article35740.htm

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