President Obama already declared Bradley Manning guilty without the accused WikiLeaks contributor being put on trial. On Thursday, dozens of Manning's fellow Iraq War veterans around the US protested the president in solidarity with the soldier.
Iraq War veterans and other supporters of Private First Class Bradley Manning, 24, occupied the satellite offices of US President Barack Obama's campaign for re-election in no fewer than three major American cities on Thursday.
Manning, a veteran himself, has been charged with 22 criminal counts over his alleged role in providing Julian Assange's WikiLeaks site with sensitive documents that were then distributed. He has been imprisoned for more than 800 days and has yet to stand trial before a military tribunal.