Bowe Bergdahl forever changed the lives of the brave men who tried to save his life after he deserted his post. Collateral damage from his actions was so much more far reaching than anyone ever heard about from the mainstream media.
One judge decided that 5 years wasn’t enough punishment for what he has done.
Conservative Fighters has the story:
Bowe Bergdahl was a former Army Sgt. who is on trial for abandoning his post in Afghanistan in 2009. According to Popular Military, they’re now adding an extremely rare charge to his case for putting his comrades at risk by walking away from his position.
Multiple people have come forward to talk about the ways in which Bowe’s actions impacted their lives. On June 21st, a Navy Seal explained that his career ENDED because he was shot in the leg while looking for Bergdahl. He was trying to save Bowe’s life, and it cost him his career.
… Initially, he would have been sentenced to five years in prison for abandoning his post. Now, due to these recent, rare charges, he could be facing life in prison.
It’s rare that common sense comes out of any court these days, but this kind of sums it up:
It’s unfair that Bowe should be allowed to live his life after five years while the men who were trying to save him get a life sentence of pain, discomfort, and brain damage.