Skip to comments.CNN sues Blaine County for Bergdahl records
Posted on 07/06/2014 4:56:36 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Cable News Network has sued Blaine County seeking information from a 1999 police investigation involving the family of Bowe Bergdahl, the Wood River Valley soldier who spent five years in captivity of the Taliban.
CNN says the report from the Blaine County Sheriffs Office is subject to disclosure under Idaho public records laws. Sheriff Gene Ramsey has twice denied the network's request.
The lawsuit was filed June 25 in District Court. A hearing is scheduled at 2 p.m. July 21 before District Judge Robert J. Elgee.
(Excerpt) Read more at idahostatesman.com ...
Give CNN 0bama’s photoshopped BC, and SSn.
Simply swap in another name
This family is a hot mess
Is that a military term, like hot zone? That has some pizazz; I’d like to start using it but I want to make sure I’m using it right.
You’re kidding right?
You don’t know what a hot mess is?
His involvement in the “prisoner trade for terrorists deal” was one not of his making, and that scandal can only be laid at the feet of POTUS.
I certainly hold no love for military deserters in a war zone, but I can wait for the facts to eventually emerge on the extent of his collaboration with the enemy.
That CNN is crawling through every aspect of his life now, is not a thing I support.
They certainly showed no interest at all in crawling through the past of the current POTUS, when there was actually ample and logical reason for them to investigate a politician running for the office of POTUS.
I’ve googled for it since my first post and admit that I apparently don’t get around as much as I should. Looks like it’s been around for quite some time, which makes it even more startling I must admit.
Bergdahl, without major overhaul, cannot be produced to the American public.
The scrub is underway.
In this case I meant it as a dysfunctional entity that has a certain appeal....like watching deadly car wrecks
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