Today’s Top Ten Front Pages: Guilty, Not Guilty

Army Pfc. Bradley Manning was front and center on Page One today, after a military judge declared him guilty of leaking government documents, but not guilty of aiding the enemy. Front pages handled the mixed verdict in mixed ways — some focused on the guilty verdict; others on the acquittal. The Beaufort Gazette focused on “Manning’s Fate,” noting that he “could face 136 years in prison.”

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    Look how there’s an asshole holding his arm in every shot, with his handcuffs on… He was just a kid doing something for...
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    Print is still kicking and running
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    Newspaper fronts for history.
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