Bowe Bergdahl's parents: 'It isn't over'

So now one man is freed for the millions murdered and thousands of innocents held in rendition centers, tortured and many died with no mercy, compassion or justice. An Agency beyond the law, carries out Global attrition, Hegemony and theft of assets, earning worldwide condemnation. Who asked them to be there? No one. Protecting the Drug trade and grabbing mining land carries consequences. Stop raiding, ravaging and looting the planet as a locust horde. Leave!



CNN
By Steve Almasy, Ralph Ellis
and Barbara Starr
2 June 2014

The parents of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl want the world to know they're beyond grateful their son has been released from Afghanistan after five years in captivity, but the battle is far from over.

"The recovery and reintegration of Bowe Bergdahl is a work in progress," Bob Bergdahl told reporters Sunday in Boise, Idaho, just one day after his son was set free.

"It isn't over for us. In many ways. It's just beginning for Jani, and I, and our family. There's a long process here," he said, referring to his wife, Bowe's mother.

Both parents addressed their son, telling him how proud they are of him. They have not yet spoken to him directly.

"There's a reason for that, and that's because Bowe has been gone so long that it's going to be very difficult to come back," said Bob Bergdahl.

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