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(FILES) File photo dated July 30, 2013 shows US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaving a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland. US soldier Bradley Manning offered an apology in a military court August 14, 2013 over his disclosures to WikiLeaks, acknowledging he had 'hurt' his country and others. 'I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people and have hurt the United States,' he told the military judge, Colonel Denise Lind. Manning, convicted last month of espionage for his massive leak of classified US battlefield reports and diplomatic cables, said he was ready to face the consequences for his actions. The 25-year-old US Army private faces up to 90 years in prison for his offenses, which include espionage and computer fraud. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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(FILES) File photo dated July 30, 2013 shows US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaving a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland. US soldier Bradley Manning offered an apology in a military court August 14, 2013 over his disclosures to WikiLeaks, acknowledging he had 'hurt' his country and others. 'I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people and have hurt the United States,' he told the military judge, Colonel Denise Lind. Manning, convicted last month of espionage for his massive leak of classified US battlefield reports and diplomatic cables, said he was ready to face the consequences for his actions. The 25-year-old US Army private faces up to 90 years in prison for his offenses, which include espionage and computer fraud. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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File photo dated July 30 2013 shows US Army Private First Class... News Photo 175051628Built Structure,Court Hearing,Courthouse,Date,Filing,Fort George G. Meade,Government,Horizontal,Law,Leaving,Maryland,Military,Photography,Politics,Showing,Trial,USA,Verdict,manningPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFP(FILES) File photo dated July 30, 2013 shows US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning leaving a military court facility after hearing his verdict in the trial at Fort Meade, Maryland. US soldier Bradley Manning offered an apology in a military court August 14, 2013 over his disclosures to WikiLeaks, acknowledging he had 'hurt' his country and others. 'I'm sorry that my actions have hurt people and have hurt the United States,' he told the military judge, Colonel Denise Lind. Manning, convicted last month of espionage for his massive leak of classified US battlefield reports and diplomatic cables, said he was ready to face the consequences for his actions. The 25-year-old US Army private faces up to 90 years in prison for his offenses, which include espionage and computer fraud. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)