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originally posted by: Metallicus
In the world of law-enforcement any deaths that occur as a result of a crime being committed or the pursuit as the result of that crime are on the one committing the crime. He was criminally negligent in abandoning his post. People died in response to his actions. His fault...Period.
originally posted by: symptomoftheuniverse
This man is a hero? And snowden a criminal?
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: Annee
Those recruiters could care less as long as you can pass all the test needed to qualify.
They will even bend over backwards to get the waivers you need in case you fail one of those test or prerequisites.
It is a number to them, simple as that
The exact circumstances that led to Bergdahl's capture in Afghanistan are not known to the public, but a classified 2010 Army investigation concluded he had “willfully walked off base,” two senior defense officials told Fox News. The report, known in the military as a 15-6 investigation, cited testimony from Bergdahl’s fellow soldiers who said he had walked off the base alone before -- out of “boredom” – according to this official
originally posted by: deadeyedick
I very much stand by my thought that any commander that sends troops after a deserter that left a note should be held responsible.