Bradley Manning says he was supposed to

Bradley Manning says he was supposed to be a female, wants name changed to Chelsea.

What do you think? Has the stress of prison gotten to Manning? Or is he truly gay?

Not that it matters — straight or gay (Occupy accepts and celebrates all lifestyles and all ilks), I feel this was too much prison time for something that was SO blown out of proportion by the American government.

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~ Jason

Verdict sheet for ‪#‎AndreaSneiderman‬ –

Verdict sheet for ‪#‎AndreaSneiderman‬ — guilty on 9 of 13 counts relating to perjury, hindering, and obstruction.

#‎AndreaSneiderman‬ turned down 5 year plea w/ 2 years served before trial. Typical to sentence harsher after going to trial.

Judge Adams could get anywhere from probation Tuesday morning at 9:00 am est; she could be released on bond with tether pending her appeal of the 9 of 13 perjury/obstruction/hindering charges she was found guilty on, but I believe this is unlikely.

Sneiderman will get credit for time-served. Defense will certainly ask for probation and no further jail time. Prosecution certainly to seek 3+ years in prison.

Where will Judge Adams fall? It’s difficult to predict. My guess would be 1 year in the county jail or up to 2 or 3 years in prison.

WHERE DO YOU THINK Judge Adams will fall, and WHAT DO YOU THINK Andrea Sneiderman should receive?

OCCUPY EXCLUSIVE: Friday 2:00 pm eastern

OCCUPY EXCLUSIVE: Friday 2:00 pm eastern time, interview with cowboy bounty hunter Leonard Padilla — UNCENSORED!

You do NOT want to miss this! Padilla has a TON of stories to tell, and he’s unabashed at telling his side of the story. We will talk about his involvement in the Casey Anthony case and being sued by Roy Kronk, the meter-man who found Caylee’s body. We will talk about his capturing of OJ Simpson case LAPD officer Mark Fuhrman. We will talk about Alexis Murphy, the missing teen in Virginia. We will talk about Wesley Shermantine, Loren Herzog, Olivia Newton John’s boyfriend (all of whom he caught).

And of course, we’ll ask him of his unedited views on the Jodi Arias and George Zimmerman cases — and MUCH MORE! His stories are truly unique and truly fascinating, as he’s been on the inside track of numerous high-profile cases — and has opinions on ’em all!

YOU can call in and ask Leonard you your own questions!

– To listen to the interview and CHAT LIVE during the interview, go to:

– To call in for a question for Leonard: Dial (718) 664-6179

Again, 2:00 pm est (11:00 am pst). Be there or be square! undefined