Leaked documents “WikiLeaks”: U.S. military colluded in rigging the 2010 elections, the Iraqi

Leaked documents “WikiLeaks”: U.S. military colluded in rigging the 2010 elections, the Iraqi

Posted 15/06/2014 01:37 PM

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American soldier warned Chelsea Manning, imprisoned after being convicted of leaking classified documents to the website “Wikileaks”, the Americans that they had been misled about Iraq again.

Manning was sentenced to 35 years in jail in August 2013 after he was convicted of spying for leaking 700 thousand documents, diplomatic and military secret. He spends his sentence in a prison in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

He wrote the soldier, who was known as Bradley in an editorial in the newspaper “New York Times” “I realize that my violate the law, but the concerns that led me to do what I’ve done, is not solved.”

“With the face of Iraq’s civil war and think about America’s intervention, confirms this work unfinished prominence formed by the U.S. military control media coverage for his involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan.”

He said that while he was optimistic about the U.S. military in Iraq’s parliamentary elections in 2010, stressing that it helped to impose stability and democracy, “we were stationed there and we saw the reality is more complex.”

He added Manning said that “reports military and diplomatic, which was passing through my office were talking in detail about the brutal repression of political dissidents by the Ministry of the Interior and the Federal Police, on behalf of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki,” stressing that “the detainees were subjected to torture in the majority of cases, kill.”

He said the former soldier, who was an analyst at the CIA he was “shocked by the complicity of the army in the corruption in the election,” he said, adding that “all these details passed without worrying that captured the American media.”

He criticized the conduct inflicting Manning told reporters the army, saying that “the current limits of the freedom of the press and of excessive government secrecy made it impossible for the Americans follow what is going on in the wars that we finance, accurately.”