Before you poorly educated civilians continue to blatantly discuss what you perceive to be injustice, I task you with learning about the UCMJ.
All military members in the United States are sworn to uphold the Constitution and the laws of this country. However they are governed not by the laws they uphold, but a separate rule of law:The Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Manning is a traitor as defined by the UCMJ and subject to military punishment., NOT civilian law.
It may be offensive to you and yours, but this is how your military works.
No one held a gun to her head and make her swear an oath to join. She is/was a service member in a 100% voluntary capacity. Her violations of the UCMJ landed her in military prison. That is not the system you think you know.
Please take the time to educate yourself before forming opinions on subjects you are obviously not qualified to pass judgment on.
It is embarrassing to your military and veteran counterparts.
It makes us feel like we signed up to protect the interests of people unworthy of protection.