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A supporter of U.S. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning is interviewed outside the main gate before the reading of the verdict in Manning's military trial at Fort Meade, Maryland July 30, 2013. A military judge is due to announce her verdict on Tuesday in the case of Manning, 25, who faces life
Security officers stand guard before Private First Class Bradley Manning is escorted into court for the reading of the verdict in his military trial at Fort Meade, Maryland July 30, 2013. Manning could learn on Tuesday whether he will face life in prison without parole when a judge renders her verdi
Private First Class Bradley Manning is escorted into court for the reading of the verdict in his military trial at Fort Meade, Maryland July 30, 2013. Manning could learn on Tuesday whether he will face life in prison without parole when a judge renders her verdict on charges that he aided the enemy
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning is escorted to a security vehicle outside a courthouse in Fort Meade, Md., Thursday, July 18, 2013, after a court martial hearing. Col. Denise Lind, the military judge overseeing Manning's trial, refused a defense request to dismiss a charge that Manning aided the enemy by