"At this point I would throw out some questions... What about the people who sent Manning to Iraq? Let's hear some things about them..."
http://archive.lewrockwell.com/spectator/spec239.html & http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2010/feb/04/ann-cwlyd-saddam-shredder-iraq-inquiry
Six years later, Bradley Manning found himself in Baghdad surveying the horrific results of this misadventure on his computer screen. He cared enough about what he saw to risk his life and liberty to share some of it with us.
What Ann Clwyd can be blamed for helping to start, Bradley Manning can be credited with helping to finish. Obama wanted to keep US troops in Iraq after a previously agreed 2011 deadline, but demanded that they be granted legal immunity from prosecution for their actions. Having read the diplomatic cables released by Bradley and published by WikiLeaks, the Iraq government refused to grant such immunity and the troops were withdrawn.
Iraq's fate could have been quite different had we all been spared Ann Clwyd's bloodlust and fiction, in which case Bradley Manning may never have been sent there at all.
Ann Clwyd has also strongly supported the disastrous war in Afghanistan.