Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, left, and defense lead counsel Eugene Fidell, center, look on as then-Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl is questioned during a Sept. 18, 2015 preliminary hearing to determine if Sgt. Bergdahl would be court-martialed.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, left, and defense lead counsel Eugene Fidell, center, look on as then-Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl is questioned during a Sept. 18, 2015 preliminary hearing to determine if Sgt. Bergdahl would be court-martialed. Brigitte Woosley AP
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, left, and defense lead counsel Eugene Fidell, center, look on as then-Maj. Gen. Kenneth Dahl is questioned during a Sept. 18, 2015 preliminary hearing to determine if Sgt. Bergdahl would be court-martialed. Brigitte Woosley AP

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