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Bergdahl To Answer More Questions Today

(San Antonio, TX) -- Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl will be answering more questions about his time in Afghanistan from an Army investigator today. Eugene Fidell, the attorney for the former prisoner, tells NBC's "Today" yesterday's questioning of Bergdahl was a chance for his client to tell his story of his capture by the Taliban in 2009.
Bergdahl was held captive for five years before being released in May as part of a prisoner exchange. The Army has yet to charge Bergdahl with anything, although several soldiers who served with him claim he deserted.
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Eugene Fidell, the attorney for Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, tells NBC's "Today" Bergdahl answered every question that was put to him yesterday about the circumstances of his capture by Taliban militants in 2009. Play Clip

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