As the U.S. Army continues to investigate the case of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl amid allegations about his character, they have already made one thing clear: they have found no evidence whatsoever that Bergdahl engaged in any sort of misconduct during his five years in captivity.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Army is looking into charges by Bergdahl’s fellow soldiers that he deserted and, worst of all, could have given information to his captors. But as of now, with the investigation ongoing, there is no evidence to suggest any misconduct on his part while he was captive.
The only quote on the matter is from an Army official who said, “We have no reason to believe that he engaged in any misconduct.” Bergdahl was recently sent back to the United States, where he continues to receive treatment after those long years in captivity.
[h/t The Wire]
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