Army Specialist: Soldiers Were Told to Keep Quiet After Bergdahl Disappeared
Retired Army Spc. Josh Fuller was on “Fox and Friends” this morning, where he told Brian Kilmeade what he knows about Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s disappearance.
“The sentiment that everybody knew was that he walked off the base in the middle of the night,” Fuller, who was in a different battalion, said.
“There was never anything about him getting captured or a POW until a little while later, whenever it came down from the chain of command that we needed to keep quiet about it, not say anything and that we’re going with the narrative that he was captured,” he told Kilmeade.
After Bergdahl disappeared, Fuller said that attacks increased and became more precise.
Watch his full interview above.
Don't miss The Kelly File, Thursday night at 9p/12a ET: Megyn sits down for the first time with six members of Bergdahl's platoon. The State Department has now questioned the credibility of these soldiers, who have been sounding the alarm about Bergdahl's disappearance.
The latest on the Bergdahl exchange from Fox News: