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Protestors at the Chelsea Manning trial were instructed by marshals to turn their “truth” T-shirts inside out before entering the court. This companion shirt to our graphic book The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning marks the powerful irony of that incident. It is printed in dark gray on a black tee of pre-shrunk, 4.5 oz. organic combed cotton. Supremely soft and of superior quality, it is available in a regular fit. Reverse side sports OR Books logo, 0.75″ x 1.5″.
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Drawing and writing in real time from inside the courtroom, artist and WikiLeaks activist Clark Stoeckley here captures first-hand the extraordinary drama of The United States vs. Private Chelsea Manning, one of the most important and secretive trials in American history.
In the course of the trial, Private Manning insists that her release of the Iraq and Afghanistan war logs to WikiLeaks was an act of conscience, justified by the urgent need to reveal to the world the atrocities committed by the US military in the ostensible cause of freedom. At the prosecution table, military lawyers for the American government seek to set an example and discourage future whistleblowers by locking away Manning for decades, possibly the rest of her life.