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Bradley Manning not guilty of 'aiding the enemy,' but guilty on 10 other counts

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Bradley Manning, an Army private who leaked hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the anti-secrecy group Wikileaks, was found not guilty of the most serious charge against him — aiding the enemy — although a military judge found him guilty of several other charges. The aiding the enemy charge carried a potential sentence of life in prison without parole. Col. Denise Lind,...

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