Bradley Manning Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy

“After two months of court hearings, Private first class Bradley Manning was acquitted of aiding the enemy, but was found guilty of lesser counts on Tuesday. Army Judge Col. Denise Lind charged the soldier with five charges of espionage, five counts of theft and four counts of embezzlement. RT’s Andrew Blake is at Fort Meade, Maryland.”

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Well, it’s definitely not a full victory, but at least he’s been found innocent of the most severe charge. I continue to pray that this trial awakens humanity, especially Americans — urging all people to wipe the crust from their eyes and hearts and begin to live according to conscience.

May this brave, Spiritual Warrior continue to remain strong, and may the Judge receive some Divine nudges (not to be confused with the White House’s “new” Nudge Squad). May Army Judge Col. Denise Lind rise above political pressure and mundane or fearful concerns; may she, like Bradley Manning, learn to recognize and honor truth, sovereignty, courage and love of Life rather than senseless, unjustified, rabid, secret and despicable killing and abuse.

May people everywhere regain their hearts and reclaim their minds. May each find and express sparks of the Divine within, re-membering our connection to each other and to every living being. I call upon the Spirit that lives and moves and breathes through us: reveal yourself in surprising ways. Knock on our hearts. Open the floods of compassion. Protect the ones who serve you.

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  1. This is in today’s[NYTimes] edition, “…….Private Manning rebelled quietly, friends said, wearing a dog tag that said “Humanist” and keeping a toy fairy wand on his desk….”

    Why am I not surprised?! I’m telling you, those who work with the faery realm may be thought insane, but we are the sanest ones out there. Iceland has it right!

    https://laurabruno.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/ghost-hunting-theories-icelandic-elves-is-there-reason-to-believe/

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