The Story of Bergdahl
Submitted by an SOTN investigative researcher
Beaudry Robert “Bowe” Bergdahl is a United States Army soldier who was held captive from June 2009 to May 2014 by the Taliban-aligned Haqqani network in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Bergdahl was captured after deserting his post on June 30, 2009.
Originally, there was a campaign to crucify this guy. Now he is given full back pay. Why? I don’t know the answer, but I can speculate. So here goes.
I speculate Bowe deserted because the US military was involved with something illegal in Afghanistan. He brought his concerns up and was told to fall into line or he was about to become a “casualty of war” for bringing it up. Either it was related to the US Govt/CIA involvement in human trafficking or protecting the poppy fields and drug running. He deserted to protect his own life or because he objected to the unlawful nature of his assignment.
If he was a true deserter, he sits in jail and no one learns his name. There are deserters all the time that don’t make the news. The media campaign to attach his character is a clue.
Also consider, we hear of cocaine and marijuana busts all the time. When they are big, they make the news. Ever heard of a large heroine bust (by reporting this, expect one shortly)? They don’t exist because the routes are protected. If the military is protecting the CIA poppy fields, I suspect the CIA is getting the military to unwittingly transport the heroine through military bases. Utilizing the national security protection, these routes bypass customs, federal, state, and local law enforcement.
Bowe getting charges dismissed and back pay means someone looked at his case, saw how he handled himself and said this guy is a patriot. If not, Bowe sits in jail and accidentally dies. This man was protected.