Here is the Fayetteville Observer’s coverage of today’s scheduled hearing on motions in the SGT Bowe Bergdahl case. In today’s motions “prosecutors in April asked for the declassification of seven documents they plan to use during the proceedings.” In case you don’t get out much, from the FayObs:

Bergdahl is charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy by endangering the safety of a command, unit or place. He could face life imprisonment if convicted of misbehavior before the enemy.

He walked off his remote post in Afghanistan in 2009 and was subsequently held by the Taliban for five years.

Bergdahl’s appeal remains pending at CAAF, Stars and Strupes coverage here.

2 Responses to “Motions Continue in the Bergdahl Court-Martial ”

  1. (Former) ArmyTC says:

    Multiple outlets reporting voir dire will begin 16 October, trial 23 October. 

  2. Disgruntled JAG says:

    Which is more embarrassing, that it will take over 3 years to conclude an obvious desertion case, or that we traded 5 Taliban Commanders for Bergdahl?