Leaker Found Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy, Guilty on Other Counts

Bradley Manning, the Army private who leaked confidential State Department cables to Wikileaks, has been found not guilty of "aiding the enemy," and guilty on 15 of the 20 other contested charges against him.

"Aiding the enemy" was the most serious charge brought against Manning, but he still faces possible multiple life sentences for the other charges, including five counts of espionage. His sentencing is tomorrow.