by Warner Todd Huston | August 23, 2014 2:54 pm
A former judge is saying that it is his opinion that based on federal law the deal that President Obama made to gain the freedom of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl was illegal and that Obama could be sentenced to ten years in prison for his lawbreaking deal.
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According to a report from a nonpartisan watchdog group, the U.S. government broke the law when they swapped five terrorists for Bowe Bergdahl earlier this year.
The Government Accountability Office issued a finding on Thursday that detailed how the Obama Administration broke the law by failing to notify Congress 30 days in advance of the prisoner swap- a mandate that is codified in law and does not allow for supposed exigent circumstances that the Obama Administration has repeatedly claimed existed and thus justified the illegal act.
Calling the law’s language “clear and unambiguous,” the report found that the Obama Administration has “dismissed the significance of the express language” in the law and that the Pentagon also broke the law by using funds that were not actually available to them.
Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano says that Obama gave material aide to our enemy.
“If drilling the rotten teeth of a terrorist is providing material assistance, then certainly the president returning their principle intelligence and military officers is providing material assistance—that’s a felony that’s punishable by up to life in prison.”
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin agrees. With his Bergdahl deal Obama “clearly broke the law.”
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