June 4, 2014, - 12:00 pm
Bowe Abdullah Bergdahl: Parents Not Told Son Died to Find Him; Soldiers Forced to Sign Non-Disclosure; More Odd Revelations Re Bowe
As more and more information comes out about the real Abdullah Bergdahl (the artist formerly known as Bowe Bergdahl), it’s very strange and despicable the way both Bergdahl and our government acted. Just a few of the revelations you probably didn’t read elsewhere:
* The parents of 2nd Lt. Darryn Andrews, one of the soldiers who died trying to find Al-Bergdahl, were never told by the Army that their son died in that search.
“Where is the honor in any of this?” asked Andy Andrews of Texas, whose son was killed in eastern Afghanistan two months after Sgt. Bergdahl disappeared.Mr. Andrews and his wife said they knew their son, 2nd Lt. Darryn Andrews, had taken part in the search for Sgt. Bergdahl. But the couple said in an interview Monday they only learned this week from soldiers who served with their son that he died while searching for Sgt. Bergdahl.
“Honorable soldiers risked their lives for someone who was a deserter, a traitor,” said Sondra Andrews, Lt. Andrews’s mother. “It devalues their lives.”
Wow. Their son made the ultimate sacrifice for America (and, apparently for Abdullah Bergdahl), and the U.S. doesn’t even have the guts to tell them the truth about how their son died? This is a far more legitimate source for outrage than the endless Pat Tillman trutherism to which America was subjected.
* Bowe Bergahl mailed home all of his belongings before deserting and spent a lot of time with the Afghan police–you know, the guys who’ve repeatedly shot up and murdered U.S. troops even though we were training them to take over.
“I think he’s a deserter,” said former Army Spc. Cody Full, a one-time roommate of Sgt. Bergdahl’s. “More than a handful of soldiers got Purple Hearts looking for him.” . . . . Mr. Full said that Sgt. Bergdahl mailed home all his personal belongings, including his computer, before he moved to a small observation post in Afghanistan. “Why would you mail all your stuff home unless you were not going to ever need it again?” he said. . . . Mr. Full, 25 years old, described Sgt. Bergdahl as an unusual soldier, a recluse with odd ideas. Before he disappeared, Sgt. Bergdahl talked about walking from Afghanistan to China, Mr. Full said. He added that he was suspicious of the large amount of time Sgt. Bergdahl spent with Afghan police officers at the remote post.
* Why didn’t we hear the details about Abdullah Bergdahl f/k/a Bowe’s desertion before last weekend’s outrageous Gitmo prisoner release? In a highly unusual and sickening move, Obama’s Pentagon forced those who served with him to sign non-disclosure agreements. That’s outrageous, perhaps as outrageous as releasing the Taliban Five for Bergdahl.
Soldiers in Bergdahl’s platoon have claimed they were forced to sign a highly unusual nondisclosure agreement covering his disappearance in an apparent attempt to cover up what happened. Two soldiers who spoke to MailOnline said the letter was passed around by commanders to those close to Sgt. Bergdahl. The ploy backfired, however, as a number of soldiers spoke out regardless in angry Facebook messages and media interviews.
Have you EVER heard of that before? I mean, this isn’t like the Navy SEALs kill of Bin Laden. Just the opposite, in fact–an American soldier deserting and defecting to Bin Laden’s allies. And, yet, they try to swear military men to silence about wrongdoing? Will the Obama Administration now go after these men who violated this ridiculous agreement and came out to tell us the truth? I hope not, but I’ll willingly represent any of them to whom that happens.
I’m sure we will hear more and more of these highly outrageous and unusual facts surrounding Abdullah Bergdahl. Many, including myself, have compared it to Showtime’s “Homeland.” But, in “Homeland,” nobody believed the truth-tellers until it was too late. Americans, in real-life are waking up to the Bergdahl outrage, something Obama and his minions never contemplated.
Life imitates art. But in this case, life is far stranger and more outrageous than the art.
The Fourteen U.S. Army men who died for deserter traitor Abdullah Bergdahl, Rest In Peace.
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