US Army Private Bradley Manning spoke out at one of the sentencing hearings that have been going on at Ft. Meade since his conviction last month, telling the court on Wednesday that he was “sorry that [his] actions hurt people.” In what was reportedly a “quavering voice,” Manning spoke for just a few minutes—only the third time he has spoken publicly since being arrested in June 2010 after leaking a huge trove of classified documents to WikiLeaks. Judge Col. Denise Lind is expected to sentence Manning sometime next week. Manning could face up to 90 years in prison.     

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