Colonel Charles Barnett, from the Services Prosecuting Authority, said outside the court:
Sgt Nightingale has now had the trial which he requested, which is his right to seek. He has now been convicted by the board.
His fine record as a soldier is a matter that will no doubt be considered carefully when the board considers his sentence.
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