In early October, TheHill.com reported that the Bowe Bergdahl court martial investigation was complete. The investigation was conducted to determine if Bergdahl was guilty of desertion and gave material support to the Taliban that could have resulted in directed attacks on U.S. military positions in Afghanistan.
Now, if you are not familiar with the Bergdahl story, this soldier's release from being held by the Taliban was done in an exchange for 5 extremely high value detainees at Guantanamo Bay. This in Obama's quest to empty the Guantanamo Bay detention facility so it could be closed, as he promised all the way back to his campaigning days in 2008.
It seems to me that if Bergdahl was innocent of desertion and collusion with the enemy, we would have heard it by now and he would have been free to either stay in the Army or be discharged. However, the four months of silence since October seems to imply that he is guilty and, because of that, Obama has a problem on his hands. If, in fact, Bergdahl is a traitor to his country, the President made a massive mistake by trading him for those Taliban commanders. And, the public outcry will be massive.
I am assuming that he has been found guilty and, it will be interesting to see how Obama plans to keep that fact secret over his next two years in office. Obviously, something's afoot because, not once, has this country's press/media been able to question Bergdahl about how he came to be captured by the Taliban and the rumors that he provided them with material assistance.
The only way Obama will be forced to disclose the Bergdahl investigative report is if the media starts pounding the desk for that report. But, given the their liberal slant and constant protection of the President, don't count on it.
Report: Bergdahl investigation completed | TheHill: http://thehill.com/policy/defense/220359-report-bergdahl-investigation-completed
Bowe Bergdahl was traded for 5 Taliban commanders: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/worldviews/wp/2014/06/02/bowe-bergdahl-was-traded-for-5-taliban-commanders-heres-who-they-are/