This week Alexa brings into focus how the charges Bradley Manning did not plead to are as important as what he did plead to. She expalins how the details are significant regarding the Garani video and why it has become a pivotal point in the case. Alexa also helps us to to measure the effectiveness of government’s forensic experts in establishing their case as well as what the comparative evidence says about prosecutorial powers. We encourage listeners to read Alexa’s full transcripts of the pre-trial and trial or use the searchable archive of documents and timeline.
Guest: Leann, Matt DeHart’s mom #FreeMattDeHart. Today is Sunday. Today, Paul and I went up toward the mountains to get a bit of breathing time and prayer for our son. It has (...)
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