Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Former Army Specialist: We Were Told to Keep Quiet About Bergdahl

Retired Army specialist Josh Fuller claims that he and other soldiers were told to “keep quiet” about Bergdahl’s desertion, and that suspiciously precise attacks on military bases occurred soon after Bergdahl disappeared. - Washington Free Beacon

Fuller alleged that attacks on the base after Bergdahl left “were very precise and very accurate”, appearing to exploit tactics that only someone from the base would know about. “You could tell it was from somebody on the inside that had that info.”

Official Confirms That U.S. Intelligence Was Investigating Bergdahl Even Before He Disappeared - IJREVIEW.COM
Fox News’ James Rosen is reporting that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was under investigation by US intelligence agencies- not only during his final stretch of duty in Afghanistan, but also during his alleged captivity among the Taliban.

Member of Bergdahl’s Platoon: He Deserted Us, Wouldn’t Have Made Deal for Him - FREEBEACON.COM
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews Deeply Skeptical Of Taliban Prisoner Swap - Daily Caller

Meet Army MSG Mark Allen, hero wounded in search for Bowe Bergdahl - Twitchy
This is what a real hero looks like.
Pro-Obama Harvard Professor: President ‘Clearly Broke The Law’ With Gitmo Prisoner Transfer - Daily Caller
“You’ve looked at the law, you’ve looked at the signing statement, you’ve gone through it,” Blitzer asked Toobin. “Did the president break the law?

“Oh, I think he clearly broke the law,” Toobin replied. “The law says 30 days’ notice. He didn’t give 30 days’ notice.”

“Now it’s true he issued a signing statement,” the law professor continued, “but signing statements are not law — it’s the president’s opinion about what the law should mean. Now, it may be that the law is unconstitutional, a violation of his power as commander-in-chief, but no court has held that. The law is on the books and he didn’t follow it.”

Blitzer was surprised. “You realize, of course, you’re accusing the president of the United States of breaking the law,” he said.
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