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Call out General Dempsey's unlawful influence!
« on: March 22, 2012, 22:44:16 PM »
Call out General Dempsey's unlawful influence!

Highest ranking military official parrots President Obama in declaring Bradley Manning guilty prior to trial. Call General Dempsey right now: 703-697-0900     

Another top ranking official in PFC Bradley Manning's chain of command has declared him guilty well before his court martial has even begun, in another judicial step backward for a courageous whistle-blower who shouldn’t be on trial in the first place.

General Martin Dempsey, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, spoke to the press last week in Hawaii. Asked for his thoughts on Bradley Manning, Dempsey said, “We’re a nation of laws. He did violate the law.”

General Dempsey’s comments echo those of President Obama nearly word for word. Asked nearly a year ago to discuss PFC Manning’s imprisonment, President Obama said, “We’re a nation of laws. We don’t individually make our own decisions about how the laws operate… He broke the law.”

The similarity in phrasing is so uncanny as to appear deliberate. Both statements directly breach the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) rules prohibiting unlawful command influence. Since all of PFC Manning's potential jurors ultimately serve under these officials, they face increased pressure to select their bosses' preferred verdict.
Call General Dempsey right now:  703-697-0900     

We have confirmed this is the correct number, however, Dempsey's office staff may have been instructed to deny it. Demand to speak with General Dempsey.

Tell him:

1. He needs to retract his declaration of Bradley Manning's guilt, as it violates the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
2. The administration has precluded all possibility of a fair trial. They have no choice but to drop the charges against Bradley Manning.
3. If General Dempsey is unable or unwilling to stand up for Bradley Manning's rights, then he has a duty to resign.

Read why supporters believe a fair trial is impossible, and why the law requires that the charges be dropped.