On 22 August 2013, Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning, whistleblower for the global public, was sentenced to 35 years for exposing governments' crimes to Wikileaks. For three years, an international movement has campaigned, first, to stop her torture in detention, and then to demand her release. This movement helped defeat the life sentence charge of "aiding the enemy", but Chelsea was convicted of unprecedented charges of "espionage".
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Young Stratford mothers fight for right to stay in London
by Stephen Moore Friday, August 2, 2013
A Tottenham campaigner who is refusing to pay his council tax to highlight the devastating effect of benefits cuts on Haringey’s poorest people faced magistrates for the first time today.
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