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Supporters of US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning gesture peace signs after attending the trial where Manning was read his verdict in the trial at a military court at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. A US military judge convicted Bradley Manning of espionage Tuesday, leaving him facing a lengthy jail term despite clearing him on the most serious charge that he 'aided the enemy.' Colonel Denise Lind found Manning guilty of 20 of 22 counts related to his leaking of a huge trove of secret US diplomatic cables and military logs to the WikiLeaks website. She said she would begin sentencing hearings on Wednesday, at the Fort Meade military base outside Washington where the trial was held. If Lind decides to impose penalties in the higher ranges permitted under the charges, the now 25-year-old Manning could face a de facto life sentence of more than 100 years in jail. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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Supporters of US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning gesture peace signs after attending the trial where Manning was read his verdict in the trial at a military court at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. A US military judge convicted Bradley Manning of espionage Tuesday, leaving him facing a lengthy jail term despite clearing him on the most serious charge that he 'aided the enemy.' Colonel Denise Lind found Manning guilty of 20 of 22 counts related to his leaking of a huge trove of secret US diplomatic cables and military logs to the WikiLeaks website. She said she would begin sentencing hearings on Wednesday, at the Fort Meade military base outside Washington where the trial was held. If Lind decides to impose penalties in the higher ranges permitted under the charges, the now 25-year-old Manning could face a de facto life sentence of more than 100 years in jail. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)
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Supporters of US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning gesture... News Photo 175053283Attending,Courthouse,Fort George G. Meade,Gesturing,Government,Horizontal,Law,Maryland,Military,Peace,Politics,Sign,Trial,USA,Verdict,manningPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPSupporters of US Army Private First Class Bradley Manning gesture peace signs after attending the trial where Manning was read his verdict in the trial at a military court at Fort Meade, Maryland on July 30, 2013. A US military judge convicted Bradley Manning of espionage Tuesday, leaving him facing a lengthy jail term despite clearing him on the most serious charge that he 'aided the enemy.' Colonel Denise Lind found Manning guilty of 20 of 22 counts related to his leaking of a huge trove of secret US diplomatic cables and military logs to the WikiLeaks website. She said she would begin sentencing hearings on Wednesday, at the Fort Meade military base outside Washington where the trial was held. If Lind decides to impose penalties in the higher ranges permitted under the charges, the now 25-year-old Manning could face a de facto life sentence of more than 100 years in jail. AFP PHOTO / Saul LOEB (Photo credit should read SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)