Bradley Manning’s friend David House discussed his visit with Bradley at the Quantico brig this weekend on MSNBC - and this time, David was able to visit Manning without being detained.
Bradley is still under a punitive psychiatric detention at Quantico. He 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.
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