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Army Ends Questioning Of Former Prisoner Bergdahl

(San Antonio, TX) -- The Army is finished with its questioning of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl about his capture by Taliban militants in Afghanistan. It's now up to Major General Kenneth Dahl to decide if the soldier from Idaho will face charges over the events that led to his capture in 2009. Bergdahl was held captive for five years before being released in May as part of a controversial prisoner exchange. Some of his fellow soldiers have accused Bergdahl of deserting his post. Bergdahl's attorney said his client answered every question openly and honestly.

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