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Investigator on Bergdahl's Case

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September 19, 2015
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Army Investigator says Bowe Bergdhal Doesn't Deserve Jail


Ok everyone. Hold on to your butts. You are probably not going to believe what the person in charge of the Bowe Bergdahl investigation feels should be the appropriate punishment for the deserter.Major General Kenneth Dahl was the commander of the investigation that looked in to Bergdahl's desertion and the events surrounding the time he decided to walk off his outpost and abandon his brothers. MG Dahl was called by Bergdahl's defense during his Article 32 hearing and the General had this to say about what the result should be:

“I do not believe there is a jail sentence at the end of this process”

It is unbelievable to think that at the end of all of this, it is possible that Bergdahl will walk free. Here is more on the story from the Wall Street Journal:The Army major general who led the military’s investigation into Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl testified Friday that he didn’t believe the soldier should be jailed for allegedly deserting his post in Afghanistan.


Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl, who was called by Sgt. Bergdahl’s defense, offered his testimony during the second and final day of a military hearing at an Army base here that will determine whether Sgt. Bergdahl should face a court-martial for desertion and other misconduct.Maj. Gen. Dahl said that Sgt. Bergdahl was naive and disenchanted about his time in the Army, and was seeking to draw attention to himself when he snuck away from his unit in 2009, spurring a massive rescue mission. But he said a prison sentence wouldn’t be appropriate for what occurred.Sgt. Bergdahl was eventually returned to the U.S. in a controversial prisoner swap in 2014 after being held captive by the Taliban for nearly five years.Read the rest at The Wall Street Journal.[mwi-cat-listing cat="94" ppp="4" cols="4" desc="false" type="view" btn_color="black" ]

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