Major U.S. newsrooms downplayed reports soldiers died while searching for Bergdahl

Sycophants every single one of them for their grave omissions in reporting the News, in Truth.

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Following Wednesday’s announcement that Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, 28, will face charges that he deserted his post in Afghanistan in 2009, most U.S. newsrooms either downplayed or ignored long-standing reports that six U.S. soldiers died in efforts to locate the former Taliban captive.

USA Today blared at the top of its front-page Thursday, “Bergdahl charged with desertion.”

Ex-POW to face desertion charges,” the Wall Street Journal said in a below-the-fold report.

Bergdahl, who spent five years in Taliban captivity after he went missing from his base, could face life imprisonment if he is found guilty of desertion. The U.S. Army sergeant was released in 2014 after the Obama administration agreed to release five veteran Taliban officers held at Guantanamo Bay.

The Washington Post reported Thursday on its front page, “Desertion charge for onetime POW.”

Soldier released by Taliban is Charged…

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