In the search for Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl, who walked away without a weapon from the field of battle, Staff Sgt. Mark Allen suffered a grievous head wound and was left unable to speak and is paralyzed over much of his body.
Read more HERE.
Those wounded in searching for deserter Bowe Bergdahl got this lame apology from said deserter as the defense opened their case in court.
|Staff Sgt. Mark Allen before he was wounded|
|Staff Sgt. Mark Allen with one of his therapists|
|The Allen Family|
What might some form of justice be for Staff Sgt. Mark Allen? My opinion below the fold.
For starters, Bergdahl should, for the rest of his life, serve as Staff Sgt. Mark Allen’s daily personal-care assistant or pay 75% of Bergdahl’s income for that assistant.
Mr. AOW and I know what it is like for someone disabled to need round-the-clock care. Too often, what one receives is a two-hour, daily visit from a personal care assistant.
Furthermore, should the Allen Family decide that they don’t want to lay their eyes on the deserter nor do they want the deserter to darken the door of their home, Bergdahl should have to surrender at least 75% of his income — and at least 75% of any other assets and gifts he has received or will receive in the future.
Then, if Bergdahl starts raking in the money for interviews and a book deal, he should have to hand over to the Allen family at least 75% of that income.
Remember that Bowe Bergdahl volunteered to serve in the United States Army and was not a draftee.
Harsh and appropriate justice needed — not the sentence which Army deserter Bowe Bergdahl received: Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl desertion sentence: Dishonorable discharge, no prison time.