WOW! A military judge has handed down a SHOCKING, Mind-Boggling sentence to Bowe Bergdahl that no one would have ever expected.
A military judge has determined that Bowe Bergdahl should spend NO TIME in prison for his conviction of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy… Simply put he ran off like a chicken $h^t Bi~ch.
The judge presiding over the case, Army Col. Jeffery R. Nance, rejected the prosecutions 14-year sentencing recommendation—for charges that in past conflicts would have resulted in a DEATH sentence—and handed down a mere reduction in rank, fine, and a dishonorable discharge.
Clearly Col. Nance felt more sympathy for Bergdahl than those who lost their lives and limbs searching for him after he was discovered missing.
Bergdahl is said to have put on quite the performance when he took the stand, apologizing to those who were hurt searching for him and crying like a little baby. He sought sympathy for having been kept in a confined space for five years in constant fear that everytime the door opened it would be the man who would behead him.
His pity party testimony also included the typical heartbreaking stories of how he was a poor abused child… Poor whittle baby… Mommy must have pulled him from her tit too soon.. How traumatic!
If you think I seem too harsh, too bad… This clown with forethought and planning abandoned his unit and walked off into hostile enemy territory with no weapon or means of communications with the intention of deserting his unit and fellow American soldiers…
He ended up in exactly the sort of circumstance anyone could have predicted and ended up there of his own doing.
Of course, because those he abandoned were of much greater character and men of honor, they were determined to search for and attempt to rescue their weak link from the enemy. In their relentless efforts, several were injured and killed and in the end, five of the most dangerous prisoners of war held at Guantanamo Bay was traded for his return. God only knows how many American lives have been lost or ruined as a result of those five dangerous prisoners being released.
The death penalty would have been a generous sentence for Bowe Bergdahl, life in a North Korean labor camp would have been more appropriate… Being released with a dishonorable discharge… Many will question if a sentence giving him his freedom warrants criminal charges against the judge… Of course, that can’t and will not happen.
If I were a betting man or one of those warriors who put my friend in a body bag because of this clown who will walk free, I’d say Bowe Bergdahl might want to stay aware of his surroundings and keep his back to the wall… A thick wall.
How do you feel about this verdict?
Any officer can get by on his sergeants. To be a sergeant you have to know your stuff. I’d rather be an outstanding sergeant than just another officer.
—SgtMaj Daniel Daly 1873-1937