Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, a Prisoner of War, is free in exchange for five of the most dangerous Taliban commanders at Guantanamo Bay.
(NBC) - The release of an American POW in Afghanistan has the Obama administration on defense about the price they paid to bring him home.
Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, a Prisoner of War, is free in exchange for five of the most dangerous Taliban commanders at Guantanamo Bay, and they're already being welcomed home.
There are questions about whether this exchange put the US at risk, and lawmakers want to know why they didn't get 30 days notice of the exchange, as required by law.
On Monday morning, he's recovering at Landstuhl Medical Center in Germany.
The army says there is no time frame for how long he'll be there.
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