Bradley Manning Breaking News: Military Judge Finds Manning Guilty on Most Charges

Wochit 0:55 mins

Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army solider who became a source for WikiLeaks, was found not guilty of "aiding the enemy." But he could still spend many decades in a military prison. More than three years after U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was arrested for giving classified secrets to WikiLeaks, a military judge acquitted the former intelligence analyst of aiding the enemy but convicted him of espionage, theft and computer fraud charges. Supporters of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning are demonstrating at Fort Meade as a military judge prepares to deliver her verdict in his court-martial. About two dozen people wearing "truth" t-shirts waved signs outside the Army installation near Baltimore.

View Comments (0)