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The Project Chelsea Manning Admits She Doesn't Know How Badly Solitary Confinement Has Affected Her
The Project Chelsea Manning Admits She Doesn't Know How Badly Solitary Confinement Has Affected Her
You're watching The Project Chelsea Manning Admits She Doesn't Know How Badly Solitary Confinement Has Affected Her The former US soldier and Wikileaks whistleblower makes some extraordinary claims about genocide in the US in a one-on-one chat with Waleed Aly.

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Chelsea Manning Admits She Doesn't Know How Badly Solitary Confinement Has Affected Her

Mon 06 Aug 2018 in 3 months

The former US soldier and Wikileaks whistleblower makes some extraordinary claims about genocide in the US in a one-on-one chat with Waleed Aly.

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