mostly guiltyUS ArmyCol. Denise Lind has found Bradley Manning not guilty of aiding the enemy, according to Fox News' Catherine Herridge. It was the most serious charge he faced. Manning, who leaked numerous documents and materials to WikiLeaks, was found guilty of several lesser charges most other charges. You can see a break down of the charges here.

He had already pled guilty to 10 lesser offenses that carry a penalty of up to 20 years in prison. With today's guilty verdicts, Manning faces up to 134 years in prison.

Read more from Matthew Feeney about the Bradley Manning trial here and here, or tune in to BBC World Service to listen to his live analysis of the verdict.

Follow Alexa O'Brien's Twitter feed for updates on the verdict. O'Brien's last tweet before returning to the courtroom: "I am going back into the funeral of a young man"