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Army to Decide if Bergdahl is Entitled to $300K Back Pay

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The U.S. Army is set to decide whether Pvt. Bowe Bergdahl is entitled to as much as $300,000 in back pay and other benefits.eNf15yoQdGc

 

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The Judge should be disbarred that allowed Berhdahl to go free. This is a total disgrace! I like many other's who have served are grieved that this injustice has been done.

 

 

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My understanding is that there are two men who received serious injury in the process of freeing him, They should receive compensation for their injuries from Berhdahl. And , yes, he should have been sentenced to life in prison. Kind of wonder if the judge was paid-off.

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They should receive compensation for their injuries from Berhdahl.

Perhaps they should receive the back pay that is due to Bergdahl.

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My understanding is that there are two men who received serious injury in the process of freeing him, They should receive compensation for their injuries from Berhdahl. And , yes, he should have been sentenced to life in prison. Kind of wonder if the judge was paid-off.

 

The men injured will receive VA Compensation disability for the rest of their lives.

The Judge said that her decision to free him was in part due to President Trump remarks. Mr. Trump should have kept quiet. Someone please give him training on how to keep quiet on things like this!

 

 

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The Judge said that her decision to free him was in part due to President Trump remarks. Mr. Trump should have kept quiet.
That really makes no sense and is a pitiful excuse the judge gives. The judge's job is to follow the law without passion or prejudice. Yet the judge has admitted not to following the law but rather based her decision on Trump's comments. Let's hear it for the lack of integrity, character, and the rule of law.
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That really makes no sense and is a pitiful excuse the judge gives. The judge's job is to follow the law without passion or prejudice. Yet the judge has admitted not to following the law but rather based her decision on Trump's comments. Let's hear it for the lack of integrity, character, and the rule of law.

 

This was the way the liberal Obama administration operated. Some Courts have allowed Muslims to have their own laws aside from local administration. The should never happen. If Mr. Obama was not a Muslim he sure had abundant sympathies for them.

 

 

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This was the way the liberal Obama administration operated. Some Courts have allowed Muslims to have their own laws aside from local administration. The should never happen. If Mr. Obama was not a Muslim he sure had abundant sympathies for them.
I understand. My point had to do with the judge. The judge was either going to follow the law or not and it did not matter what Trump said or did. If Army Colonel Jeffery Nance allowed Trump's comments to cloud his judgement concerning the law, the fault lies with the judge not Trump.
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