Julian Assange is no one to judge the fairness of Bradley Manning's trial

August 20, 2013

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that in a just court, the U.S. government would be apologizing to Bradley Manning.

Mr. Assange is not a U.S. citizen, nor does he have a clue about the morals or laws that American citizens abide by. In fact he doesn't even have the courage to stand by his own beliefs.

Whether it is leaking government secrets or sexual improprieties, his response is to run and hide. In America, we call someone who does that a coward.

Peggy Alley

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