How could anyone defend the gross incompetence of the US military regarding Wilileaks and Bradley Manning?

facts we know 1.Manning was a pfc with numerous challenges to his ability to serve 2. Manning was a pfc with access to hundreds of thousands of documents and left unmonitored 3. the US military at the highest levels developed this "sophisticated" secrecy system 4. the US military has systematically tried to destroy Bradley Manning

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"1.Manning was a pfc with numerous challenges to his ability to serve... More
Answered By: Chris A - 5/29/2011
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Sometimes it's tough to realize that there is a traitor like Manning is in our armed forces. I don't think they are trying to destroy him, he's getting better treatment than a traitor deserves. The evidence should be heard and if the allegations are true - Manning should be shot.
Answered By: Bobby Tims - 5/29/2011
What's this? The Military isn't perfect? Blasphemy!
Answered By: Dyne - 5/29/2011
Nice try bub, at shifting the blame from that P.O.S. Manning to his employers... More
Answered By: conranger1 - 5/29/2011
After 911 the civilian leaders of our government ordered all agencies that dealt with classified information to make it more available to other agencies. The hope was with a better sharing of information things like the events leading up to 911 might be spotted and put together, thus preventing another 911 type of... More
Answered By: USAFisnumber1 - 5/29/2011
So, you're blaming the entire military for the actions of one stupid private? That's like blaming the CEO of McDonald's because a local cook forgot to take the onions off of your Quarter Pounder. Doesn't make a lot of sense. You can blame his chain of command for not chaptering him out when it was apparent he was a... More
Answered By: AD - 5/29/2011
The military trusted him to do the right thing. He was trained on the importance of OPSEC and guarding information, and the consequences associated with revealing it. He chose to do the wrong thing. Simple as that. Jacked up, but simple.
Answered By: SoldierGirl - 5/29/2011
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