Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl Will Not Go to Prison for Desertion

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After an romantic trial, Col. Jeffery Nance, announced his preference per a judgment for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl. The invulnerability was gratified to learn that their customer will not offer a prosecution’s defence for 14 years in prison.

Bergdahl will not offer any time, according to USA Today on Nov. 3, 2017. However, his arrange was reduced to E-1, and he perceived a disgraceful discharge.

Today’s statute brings an finish to a seven-day trial, that enclosed some marvellous testimony about a disharmony of being a infantryman in a Afghan war. Some of Bergdahl’s associate combatants were not happy with a approach a Army primarily rubbed his 2009 desertion, that is means for life imprisonment.

One of his invulnerability attorneys, Capt. Nina Banks contended that a 5 years her customer was a restrained of a Taliban. He suffered woe during a hands of his captures. Banks explained that he left his post “because he suspicion he was achieving a bigger purpose.” Moreover, his vigilant was not to do mistreat to anyone. He wanted to pronounce with comparison commanders about his thoughts per a ineffectual approach he believed a fight was handled.

Unfortunately, he never reached his dictated destination. During a military’s hunt for him, 3 soldiers postulated injuries.

Bergdahl was returned to a U.S. in 2014 in sell for 5 Taliban militants jailed during Guantanamo Bay.

By Cathy Milne


USA Today: Bowe Bergdahl avoids jail time, will accept disgraceful discharge, decider rules

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