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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Russia Update & Manning Sentencing

Moscow-based activist Nikolai Alekseev (via Skype with correspondent Steve Pride) brings us the latest from the frontlines of Russia's crackdown on LGBT people -- is Vladimir Putin playing Russian roulette with the Winter Olympics?

Elizabeth Goitein of the Liberty and National Security Program at the Brennan Center for Justice shares her analysis of what's ahead for the controversial queer whistle-blower, as a U.S. Army judge measures Pvt. Bradley Manning's guilt (an interview with Dorian Merina of Free Speech Radio News).

And in NewsWrap: the new Pope says he won't "judge" gay priests, activists align with LGBT bar owners to "Dump Stoli," U.S. citizens get equal visa rights for their same-gender spouses, marriage equality bells ring in Minnesota and Rhode Island, and more news reported by Pamela Brooks and Charlie Bauer (produced by Steve Pride).

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