Manning guilty of 20 charges but acquitted of 'aiding enemy'

A US military court has found US soldier Bradley Manning guilty of multiple counts of violating the espionage act in the Wikileaks case.

However, the court has acquitted him of the most serious charge of "aiding and abetting the enemy".

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Manning to be sentenced

US soldier Bradley Manning could face 136-year sentence later today after he was convicted of most of the 21 charges against him for leaking classified government files to WikiLeaks. He was acquitted of the most serious charge of aiding the enemy.