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Military: Bergdahl Sentence / Hatch Interview #1117632

CNN Evening News for Friday, Nov 03, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The military trial ruling on the sentence for ex-Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who deserted his post in Afghanistan in 2009, introduced; a critical tweet from President Trump quoted. Live interview held with retired CPO James Hatch†, who was wounded in the search for Bergdahl. [HATCH - talks about his reaction to Bergdahl's sentence, how Bergdahl was not a "hostage," the role of slain K9 dog in saving soldiers, the life sentence for those like M/Sgt Allen, what he said to Bergdahl's lawyer Eugene Fidell & how Bergdahl deserved his day in court.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Hatch's book "Touching the Dragon" & his organization for service dogs, SpikesK9fund.org, mentioned

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