Allen West Questions POW’s Release, Brokered Deal

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United States, POW-MIA flag, military

Allen West penned some interesting points regarding the recent release of POW Bowe Bergdahl, things I haven’t been hearing in the mainstream news… yet. Below is an excerpt of one article, followed by an associated followup story link. We’ll be watching as this story unfolds. Considering the fact that our president just unilaterally signed for the release of 5 of the most dangerous terrorists, we need to pay attention to this situation.

Everyone is celebrating the release of Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, and we’re glad he’ll be home with his family in Idaho soon.

However, there are questions that must be answered – like, why did the young Soldier walk off his Forward Operating Base (FOB) back in 2009? It’s not the modus operandi for Islamic terrorists to detain American troops when captured, as we reported previously. Our troops are brutally, ritually, and savagely murdered — to include American security contractors (remember the Fallujah bridge) — not held for five years.

And to have this “deal” brokered in Qatar (supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood) calls for even more questions…

Read the rest of Allen West’s article here.
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