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Something smells and it is not the “bacon frying.” When is a traitor not a traitor? What does it take in today’s army to be a traitor?
June 6, 2018 By Rick Moran
Army gen. Robert Abrams, head of U.S. Army Forces Command, has endorsed the decision of the court martial board who decided not to sentence Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl to prison for abandoning his post in time of war.
Bergdahl was reduced in rank from sergeant to private and ordered to forfeit $1,000 a month in pay for 10 months. The judge also gave him a dishonorable discharge.
The fine and rank reduction were effective two weeks after the judge’s sentence was delivered. The case is now referred to the Army Court of Criminal Appeals at Fort Belvoir, Virginia, which automatically reviews any punitive discharges.
Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban and held for five years.
There were several searches for Bergdahl after he had been captured, including one by Navy SEALs where two were wounded. Six men from his unit died while in Afghanistan, and some…
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