VIDEO: Panel on Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks

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VIDEO: Panel on Bradley Manning and WikiLeaks with Chase Madar, Kevin Gosztola, Mark Doten and Ted Hearne, 1 hr 35 min

About the Program

Chase Madar and Kevin Gosztola, who have each authored a book about Bradley Manning, talk about Manning's court-martial and the treatment he has received since being detained. Additional commentary is provided writers Mark Doten and Ted Hearne, who are working on a play about Manning and attended his Article 32 hearing. Hosted by the Brecht Forum in New York City.

About the Authors

Chase Madar is a civil rights attorney whose work has appeared in the London Review of Books, The American Conservative, CounterPunch and TomDispatch.

Kevin Gosztola is a writer for “The Dissenter” at Firedoglake and regularly covers the WikiLeaks case, government transparency, and whistleblowing. He co-authored "Truth and Consequences" with Greg Mitchell.

Mark Doten is the literary editor at Soho Press.

Ted Hearne is a composer

to watch the 1 hr 35 minute "Panel on Bradley Manning and Wikileaks" broadcast on August 18, 2012, click on

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