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    Army Says Still No Decision on Bowe Bergdahl’s Fate

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 3:29 pm

    The military is now denying any action or decisions on the fate of Bergdahl. What could possibly take so long to decide? He walked off the post during a time of war and spent 5 years with the enemy. He converted to Islam, spoke their language so well he forgot English, and as far as I know he’s never said he didn’t want to leave his post. Get to the article 32 already. He shouldn’t still be working and getting paid as a Sargent, a rank he didn’t earn. And he definitely shouldn’t get 200,000 dollars in back pay for something he brought on himself.

    No decision has been made about Bowe Bergdahl’s future, military officials said today, as an Army general continues to review the circumstances surrounding his 2009 disappearance that led to five years in Taliban captivity.

    The Army issued a statement today denying media reports that said Bergdahl would be charged with desertion, possibly as early as next week.

    Major General Ronald Lewis, the head of Army public affairs, labeled the reports as “patently false.”

    “To be clear, there have been no actions or decisions on the Sergeant Bergdahl investigation,” Lewis said.

    The investigation remains with Milley, “who will determine appropriate action — which ranges from no further action to convening a court-martial,” Lewis added.

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