Amnesty renews call on govt to grant Manning clemency Is this email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. http://webmail.laposte.net/webmail/fr_FR/Images/Images-20140106143041/Images/OngletFond.gif) repeat-x;">Amnesty International: Chelsea must be released On July 30th, one of the world's most important human rights organizations, Amnesty International condemned the US government's blatant over-prosecution and hypocrisy in its handling of Chelsea Manning's case: "The US government must grant Chelsea Manning clemency, order her immediate release, and implement a thorough and impartial investigation into the crimes she uncovered. After being convicted of 20 separate charges Chelsea Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison, much longer than other members of the military convicted of charges such as murder, rape and war crimes. Before her conviction, Chelsea Manning had already been held for three years in pre-trial detention,including 11 months in conditions which the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture described as cruel and inhumane..." Read Amnesty International's complete statement! The United States vs Pvt Chelsea Manning: A graphic account from inside the courtroom Yours with a donation of $100! By CLARK STOECKLEY Preface by JULIAN ASSANGE Published by OR Books Drawing and writing in real time from inside the courtroom, artist and WikiLeaks activist Clark Stoeckley documented the court martial of Chelsea Manning in his book, The United States vs. Pvt Chelsea Manning. Stoeckley's graphic account features sketches paired with transcipts of the proceedings. The United Stated vs Pvt Chelsea Manning YOURS with a donation of $100 or more!