Early Saturday it was announced by the administration that the only American prisoner of war in the Afghanistan was released in exchange for 5 Guantanamo Bay terrorists being set free to Qatar. The circumstances of the capture of Bowe Bergdahl had been in question long before his release – supposedly he had wandered off and captured by the Taliban. But a soldier on Twitter is claiming that the official story is untrue, and has posted his version of the events that led to Bowe’s capture.

Towards the end of his story, he says he fears reprisal from the Obama administration, and asks for legal help. It must be noted also that he has a avatar that bears a picture of Bowe with the word “traitor” posted over it.

Here are the tweets telling his version of the story so far:

“What [Bergdahl] was portraying to his family and what was happening in real life were polar opposites”

“[Bergdahl] did say ‘If deployment is lame, I’m going to get lost in the Mountains and make my way to China’ starting to see what we are dealing with?”

“Why would someone pack all of there [sic] belongings and send them home in the middle of a 12 month deployment? Hmmmm”

“So we now have Pre-Meditated Desertion at this point, yes?”

At this point, Cody retweeted what he thought was a salient point:

Here, Cody stops. He seems to come under attack from threatening people. Another aspect of this story that seems rather alarming is what many are saying is a deleted tweet from Bergdahl’s father. So what’s really going on here?


Cody concludes his story and allegations against Bowie Bergdahl.

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30 Responses to American Soldier Who Served With Bowe Bergdahl Casts Doubt on Official Story; Fears Reprisal From Obama Administration

  1. Dolphieness says:

    Soop – good job… please keep it up… will be checking back…. or if you can — set up page two of tweets.

  2. FamilyUSMC says:

    He’s still on. Twitting… talking to reports and Montel williams…. attorneys

  3. Chunkdog1 says:

    his is what he tweeted on May 24, so I doubt his account was hacked with that most recent tweet

    MayRobert Bergdahl @bobbergdahl
    @zabihmujahid I am still working to free captives on all sides of this conflict

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  5. Sulli159 says:

    Did anyone consider that Bowe was a convert to islam? I’ll bet obama knew.

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  7. pattyoz says:

    Ditto on that thought.

  8. Pointnoire70 says:

    I just heard his Dad saying he needs to learn some foreign language to communicate with his son as his English is not perfect anymore Please !!!!! for some one over twenty that is nearly if not impossible especially if English has always been your first Language …its good to bring every soldier back home but the Tempo here is questionable

  9. Sulli159 says:

    This comment just on the Alan West site:

    Thomas Owens Forwarded from Jeff Howard: We were at OP
    Mest, Paktika Province, Afghanistan. It was a small outpost where B Co 1-501st
    INF (Airbone) ran operations out of, just an Infantry
    platoon and ANA counterparts there. The place was an Afghan graveyard. Bergdahl
    had been acting a little strange, telling people he wanted to “walk the
    earth” and kept a little journal talking about how he was meant for better
    things. No one thought anything about it. He was a little “out there”. Next
    morning he’s gone. We search everywhere, and can’t find him. He left his
    weapon, his kit, and other sensitive items. He only took some water, a compass
    and a knife. We find some afghan kids shortly after who saw an american walking
    north asking about where the taliban are. We get hits on our voice intercepter
    that Taliban has him, and we were close. We come to realize that the kid
    deserted his post, snuck out of camp and sought out Taliban… to join them. We
    were in a defensive position at OP Mest, where your focus is to keep people
    out. He knew where the blind spots were to slip out and that’s what he did. It
    was supposed to be a 4-day mission but turned into several months of active
    searching. Everyone was spun up to find this guy. News outlets all over the
    country were putting out false information. It was hard to see, especially when
    we knew the truth about what happened and we lost good men trying to find him.
    PFC Matthew Michael Martinek, Staff Sgt. Kurt Robert Curtiss, SSG Clayton
    Bowen, PFC Morris Walker, SSG Michael Murphrey, 2LT Darryn Andrews, were all
    KIA from our unit who died looking for Bergdahl. Many others from various units
    were wounded or killed while actively looking for Bergdahl. Fighting Increased.
    IEDs and enemy ambushes increased. The Taliban knew that we were looking for
    him in high numbers and our movements were predictable. Because of Bergdahl,
    more men were out in danger, and more attacks on friendly camps and positions
    were conducted while we were out looking for him. His actions impacted the
    region more than anyone wants to admit. There is also no way to know what he
    told the Taliban: Our movements, locations, tactics, weak points on vehicles
    and other things for the enemy to exploit are just a few possibilities. The Government
    knows full well that he deserted. It looks bad and is a good propaganda piece
    for the Taliban. They refuse to acknowledge it. Hell they even promoted him to
    Sergeant which makes me sick. I feel for his family who only want their
    son/brother back. They don’t know the truth, or refuse to acknowledge it as
    well. What he did affected his family and his whole town back home, who don’t
    know the truth. Either way what matters is that good men died because of him.
    He has been lying on all those Taliban videos about everything since his
    “capture”. If he ever returns, he should be tried under the UCMJ for being a
    deserter and judged for what he did. Bergdahl is not a hero, he is not a
    soldier or an Infantryman. He failed his brothers. Now, sons and daughters are
    growing up without their fathers who died for him and he will have to face that
    truth someday.”

  10. BubbaTex says:

    never ever trust a libeRat or demoRat

  11. moxie says:

    WoW!!!!!! Fishy! There is more and more I bet that is going to come out!

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  13. ocdetf says:

    I hope the truth comes out on Bergdahl, and that others who know the truth aren’t silenced before it does. I think it (the truth) will be known. There is too much of a trail for those who want to know.

  14. chotiius says:

    Actually, I can tell you from personal experience, after a year as an exchange student in Mexico, that it is possible to lose fluency in one’s first language through disuse. Upon my return home, there was a 2 week period during which I couldn’t really speak English – my mind would go blank, trying to access wrong words and fill in with Spanish for English words I couldn’t remember instantly – and there was no one with whom to speak Spanish. Obviously, I recovered, but it took time. If Bergdahl the younger didn’t have anyone to speak English with for years, he might well have been so rusty with English as to require a considerable re-entry period.

  15. Nash Montana says:

    Bulls**t. I have lived 21 years in the US, my personal language is German. I have not forgotten one thing, and I have had no family or friends back home to communicate with.

  16. […] also want to point to this story from a courageous soldier, who began posting over the weekend, fearful that he would be attacked by the Obama regime for […]

  17. […] But a soldier on Twitter is claiming that the official story is untrue, and has posted his version of the events that led to Bowe’s capture as I originally posted on my blog. […]

  18. chotiius says:

    I said, “It is possible,” not “it is inevitable”. As every person is unique, ever person’s brain “wiring” is also unique. I know my own experience. I believe you when you describe yours. This tells us nothing about Bowe Bergdahl’s experience.

  19. […] In fact, there are no reports of him being taken by force by the Taliban. Sources contend that he left his post, walking away without his weapon, body armor or ammunition. Reports say he took only water, a compass, digital camera, personal diary and a […]

  20. Jaels_Song says:

    Of course Obama knows, just as he is aware this guy is a defector. Why do you think Obama got rid of so many high ranking military?

  21. Is that you Earl? says:

    Ahhh, something Barry has in common…it certainly wouldn’t be military service.

  22. Sulli159 says:

    The question is (AGAIN): Just what did he know and “when” did he know it?

  23. Frank says:

    Good Lord, does the administration really think they will get away with this? Obama must be tired of being president… He should fry for this one and Bergdahl should be shot for treason.

  24. Frank says:

    Bethnal should be tried, and if found guilty, put to death, then the crowd that assisted this traitor should be tried.

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  26. AsilisArt says:

    His father praised Allah on national television with Obama standing beside him.

  27. baki says:

    His father is a convert too, isn’t he?

  28. Sulli159 says:

    I’m not sure; sounds like he might be a sympathizer or what islam would call a dhemmitude.

  29. IJustWantTruth says:

    His colleagues had a duty to report his mental illness to their superiors.

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