Wikileaker Bradley Manning Attempts Suicide Again
Former US Army PFC Bradley “Chelsea” Manning was convicted of stealing classified information and passing it on to Wikileaks in 2012.
During Manning’s court-martial, one of his defenses faulted the Army for failing to recognize his “emotional distress” and therefore take away his access to classified information. Manning’s lawyers claimed the alleged cause of the emotional distress was his “gender identity” issue.
This was undoubtedly a disturbing tactic to the transgender movement, as they tried to assert it was perfectly normal, and posed no security risk, for a man to think he was a woman. Yet it seems Manning, one of those very people, believed differently.
Manning has reportedly attempted suicide a second time during his incarceration at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. His lawyer Chase Strangio awkwardly said
She has repeatedly been punished for trying to survive and now is being repeatedly punished for trying to die.
The kid obviously needs some serious help, and people shockingly seem to think the best course of action is to pump him full of female hormones. His treatment has been tragic — but not for the reasons his lawyers assert.
In the meantime, it would seem that those who claim sexual and gender issues are irrelevant to mission readiness have a strong argument against them.
His name is Chelsea Manning.