Bradley Manning Found Guilty Of 19 Counts, But Not “Aiding The Enemy”
Bradley Manning was not found guilty of aiding the enemy. However, he was convicted on 19 other counts. Manning faced a military trial that last almost two months.
During his pre-trial hearing, U.S. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning admitted to supplying WikiLeaks with a litany of diplomatic cable documents along with a video that became famously known as “Collateral Murder.” Manning pled guilty to 10 of the 22 total charges, including “mishandling classified material.”
Manning will be facing 136 years on the charges that he was convicted of today.