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Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army analyst whose massive data dump to Julian Assange exposed possible U.S. war crimes and caused a geopolitical firestorm, was found not guilty of aiding the enemy in a Fort Meade, Maryland military courtroom today.
Manning was found guilty of five counts of violating the Espionage Act and five theft charges, which could hypothetically result in a life sentence in prison.
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Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army analyst whose massive data dump to Julian Assange exposed possible U.S. war crimes and caused a geopolitical firestorm, was foundĀ not guilty of aiding the enemy in a Fort Meade, Maryland military courtroom today.

Manning was found guilty of five counts of violating the Espionage Act and five theft charges, which could hypothetically result in a life sentence in prison.

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