Bowe Bergdahl, the disgraced U.S. soldier who was released in a prisoner exchange in Afghanistan in exchange for five Taliban detainees, is now apparently living the high-life after winding up smackdab in the middle of a pot raid earlier this week in northern California.
Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office told reports Thursday that the county’s marijuana eradication team encountered Bergdahl on Tuesday while serving a search warrant on a home in Redwood City, Calif. Bergdahl was detained, but ultimately was “determined not to be connected to the operation.
Officials said that there was no evidence to suggest the deserter was involved. Continue reading
Bob Bergdahl, Bowe’s bearded father, was accused of stalking and harassment against Idaho twin sisters, Lacey and Allie Hillman.
The twins’ complaint says the embattled dad stole a gnome from their garden, peeped at them while they were in the shower and left creepy notes on their door.
Bergdahl drove by the home of Lacey and Allie ‘several times a day’ over a period of months and left ‘creepy’ notes for them, the sisters allege in police documents.
National Security Adviser and serial talking-points liar, Susan Rice double talks through some tough questions regarding growing public outrage over President Obama’s foreign policy.
Despite TIME reporting that Bowe Bergdahl’s hometown was carrying on with a celebration for the returned sergeant at the end of the month, despite a rising backlash, the fact is, they were wrong, and the American people were right, the event has been abruptly canceled..
Bergdahl’s Idaho hometown of Hailey, had plans for a huge homecoming for the former soldier turned Taliban, but suddenly all that’s been placed ON HOLD, as in canceled altogether.
The Taliban has released the following video of the moment Bowe Bergdahl was traded to the US.
Many folks are noting that Bergdahl appears to look “well” and can be seen walking, smiling and speaking, prompting the question, what dire health issue prompted President Obama to act?
Cody Full and Gerald Sutton are the men who served in Bowe Bergdahl‘s platoon. Fox News, Megyn Kelly talked with the men who described Bergdahl as a deserter whose actions led to the deaths of other soldiers.
Full told Kelly,
“He did not serve the United States with honor. We all took an oath.
Officials announced the Taliban has released a soldier held in Afghanistan for 5 years.
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U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who had been held in captivity since 2009 has been released in exchange for the release of five detainees from Guantanamo Bay.