I'm really disturbed by the coldness and callousness of this man's replies. Adrian Lamo on Bradley Manning: 'I knew my actions might cost him his life' -- More than two years after Manning's arrest, the man who gave him up talks to Ed Pilkington about how he made the decision
Directed by Alex Gibney. With Julian Assange, Adrian Lamo, John 'FuzzFace' McMahon, Alex Gibney. A documentary that details the creation of Julian Assange's controversial website, which facilitated the largest security breach in U.S. history.
VIDEO: The New York Times News - North Atlantic Treaty Organization, James E. Holmes, Chris Christie, Adrian Lamo, Obama - http://therealconservative.net/2013/06/04/commentary/world/video-the-new-york-times-news-north-atlantic-treaty-organization-james-e-holmes-chris-christie-adrian-lamo-obama/
This doesn't mean I don't care about the feelings of others, just that I care differently. Conversely, I think that having to consciously decide to be invested in the positive feelings of others is equally valid in comparison to having it come naturally - isn't there something somehow more genuine about making a conscious choice, versus just doing so because your brain chemistry drives you to?