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16 de Diciembre de 2010

Mientras Julian Assange, fundador de WikiLeaks, sale en libertad bajo fianza, el soldado Bradley Manning, presunto responsable de filtraciones, está detenido en condiciones inhumanas


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Un alto tribunal de Londres ha confirmado la decisión de conceder libertad bajo fianza al fundador de WikiLeaks, Julian Assange. Pero ¿qué hay del soldado del ejército estadounidense Bradley Manning? El analista de inteligencia militar está detenido hace siete meses bajo sospecha de haber filtrado a WikiLeaks el enorme repertorio de documentos del gobierno. Glenn Greenwald, bloguero de Salon.com, afirma que Manning está detenido en condiciones que constituyen trato cruel e inhumano —e incluso tortura.

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