ARMY DESERTER BOWE BERGDAHL Caught by Officials at California Pot Farm (Video)
Bowe Bergdahl was detained as part of the raid but was not arrested. He was subsequently delivered to the Army in Oakland by Sheriff’s personnel
Obama traded five top Taliban commanders for Bergdahl.
Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl was caught this week at a northern California pot farm during a raid last weekend.
The Politico reported:
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was seen at a Northern California marijuana farm during a raid last weekend, where the former captive of the Taliban-linked Haqqani network in Afghanistan was reportedly visiting friends.
According to the initial report from The Anderson Valley Advertiser, Bergdahl was an “unexpected visitor” at the Mendocino County farm, which is approximately 120 miles up the coast from San Francisco. He had “no connection to the dope grow,” according to that report.
Authorities from the county sheriff’s department confirmed to NBC Bay Area that Bergdahl did not face any charges and was not arrested during the raid.
The initial report from the Advertiser said that military officials were notified, quoting county sheriff Tom Allman who said that Bergdahl was not involved in the growing of marijuana and was “above politeness,” showing his military ID as others in the house were being arrested.
So why is this guy allowed to roam the country after he deserted his platoon and put hundreds of servicemen and women in danger?
Barack Obama released the Gitmo Five last year in exchange for US deserter Bowe Bergdahl.
The five Taliban prisoners in the proposed exchange are from top left: Mohammad Nabi Omari, Abdul Haq Wasiq, Mullah Norullah Noori, Mullah Mohammad Fazl, Khirullah Said Wali Khairkhwa. (NY Times)