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June 15, 2014 8:40 PM

Pentagon prosecutor: Guantánamo detainees in Bergdahl swap couldn’t be successfully prosecuted

When asked whether it was true that two detainees in the Bergdahl swap were deemed war criminals by the U.N., the Pentagon’s chief war crimes prosecutor replied, ‘there was not a successful prosecution to be had of any of those five.’

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