REPOST: CIA Operative Claims Bowe Bergdahl Was High On Cannabis And Sodomizing A Local Muslim Boy When He Was Captured By The Taliban - Local Boy Later Executed
Now that Bowe Bergdahl trial is postponed until next year here enjoy this:
US Military too embarrassed to give real reason why Bergdahl left his post - SODOMY.
What happened on the night Bergdahl disappeared?
Bergdahl left his post to engage in sodomy & was caught. If Bergdahl was caught with his pants down with another solider then his sodomite accomplice would have been taken as well.
No other solider was taken captive meaning that Bergdahl was with a Muslim boy who was probably later beheaded.
This was not the first time that Bergdahlleft his post:
A U.S. Army investigation found that Bowe Bergdahl had walked away from his post at least once before his capture – and that other soldiers in his unit knew he was a flight risk. The 2010 report, called an AR15-6, is still classified, but it appears to confirm allegations that the former prisoner of war violated military regulations – and that the Pentagon knew it all along. The revelation, attributed to anonymous sources by the Military Times, comes as the nation’s top general, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey, acknowledged the growing cloud of suspicion hanging over Bergdahl. The Military Times report says that investigators who looked into the June 2009 capture of Bergdahl found that several soldiers from his unit said he had talked openly about wanting to leave the forward operating base where he was stationed. Daily Mail Read More>>>>
Bergdahl's platoon was a group of raggedy misfits. Looking at the pictures of Bergdahl and his buddies its clear.
Nice Pipe & Ascot...
NY Times labels Bergdahl's platoon "raggedy"
The platoon was, an American military official would assert years later, “raggedy.” On their tiny, remote base, in a restive sector of eastern Afghanistan at an increasingly violent time of the war, they were known to wear bandannas and cutoff T-shirts. Their crude observation post was inadequately secured, a military review later found. Their first platoon leader, and then their first platoon sergeant, were replaced relatively early in the deployment because of problems. But the unit — Second Platoon, Blackfoot Company in the First Battalion, 501st Regiment — might well have remained indistinguishable from scores of other Army platoons in Afghanistan had it not been for one salient fact: This was the team from which Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl disappeared on June 30, 2009. In the years since Sergeant Bergdahl’s capture by the Taliban, and even more since his release last week in a contentious prisoner exchange for five Taliban fighters, much has been written suggesting that he was a misfit soldier in something of a misfit platoon that stumbled through its first months in Afghanistan and might have made it too easy for him to walk away, as his fellow soldiers say he did. Indeed, an internal Army investigation into the episode concluded that the platoon suffered from lapses in discipline and security in the period before Sergeant Bergdahl — a private first class at the time who was promoted while in captivity — disappeared into Paktika Province, two officials briefed on the report said. NY TIMES Read More>>>>
Does Sodomy enter the picture as well?
The soldiers all turned on him - are they hiding something?
Sodomy is rampant in the military. Evidence is the large number of sexual assaults - its not all women getting raped...
Its established now that Bergdahl is
- Pot Smoker
- Caught with three Afghan 'soldiers' local rent boys
- Bergdahl claims he had PTSD and he was not deserting
Now 'new' information has been released on Fox news:
New evidence has come to light suggesting Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was high on cannabis when he left his post on June 30, 2009 to be subsequently captured by the Taliban and held for five years. The new intelligence about Sgt. Bergdahl, then 23, comes from a former CIA officer who is speaking publicly for the first time. The story was first revealed by Fox News that states how the soldier was believed to be 'on something' at the time. 'An American soldier along with two or three Afghan soldiers had been captured,' former CIA Deputy Director Dewey Clarridge said. 'They were, using the Pushka word, 'deewana,' which in this case meant high on hashish.' The newly-released intelligence which was gathered immediately after his disappearance is at odds with previous reports that suggested Bergdahl intended to leave base to report problems in his chain of command. The circumstances of Bergdahl's disappearance and capture are still very murky. The former CIA operative told Fox News Bergdahl was captured along with others, and sold to the Haqqani terrorist network in Pakistan within four days. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>A little weed and a boy.......