February 3, 2011
Bradley Manning’s friend David House was able to visit Bradley at the Quantico brig this weekend – this time, without being detained.
Bradley is still under a punitive psychiatric detention at Quantico. Bradley was put on suicide watch as punishment for two days, and remains under an unnecessary prevention of injury order in maximum custody – far beyond any other prisoner in the brig. David told us that Bradley seemed “catatonic,” and was clearly mentally and physically affected by his extreme isolation.
But it’s not all bad: Bradley “brightened up” when discussing the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt, particularly the role of young people and the Internet in helping spur democratic movements.
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