Keira Knightley plays a British intelligence officer turned whistle-blower who tried to stop the 2003 invasion of Iraq
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Reality's trial is set for October 23, 2017. She’s currently facing 10 years in prison for sharing an NSA report with the media about how foreign agents attempted to hack US election systems leading up to the 2016 Presidential elections. For attempting to hold officials accountable to these facts, she’s now facing the wrath of Trump’s Justice Department.
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Bradley Manning didn't hurt us any more than a dentist hurts a patient when removing an abscessed tooth. The brief discomfort that resulted from the WikiLeaks disclosures was necessary to begin the process of healing and reform. It is a process that we do not yet know will be successful, but which began with Manning's decision to leak vital documents to WikiLeaks. And for that, we owe Manning thanks; no apologies necessary.