David House was initially quite concerned about Manning’s state of mind, and felt he was beginning to exhibit some of the damaging symptoms of prolonged isolation including emotional withdrawal and impaired cognitive function. Bradley seemed slow to respond when they spoke, and could not process information as quickly as he normally did. Bradley became excited and engaged, however, when David mentioned the uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt.
|By: Jane Hamsher Monday January 31, 2011 9:35 am|
|By: Michael Whitney Wednesday January 26, 2011 11:40 am|
The Marines have replaced the commander in charge of the Quantico base detention facilities, where Bradley Manning has been held in severe isolation for more than seven months. Commander James Averhart, as commander of the Quantico brig, had authority over the conditions of Manning’s detention. Last week Averhart punished Bradley Manning, ignoring the advice of [...]