Support Chelsea Manning

THE CHELSEA MANNING Support Network reports: “Instead of providing Chelsea Manning with the mental health care she needs, Army officials are using Chelsea’s suicide attempt as an opportunity to charge her with ‘administrative offenses.’” These could result in a lengthy sentence of solitary confinement — worsening the conditions that drove her to a suicide attempt. Chelsea Manning is a hero who exposed U.S. war crimes in Iraq. She should be free, not serving 35 years in Fort Leavenworth. Contact the Support Network (https://www.chelseamanning.org/) to learn how you can help.

September-November 2016, ATC 184

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