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Report: Bowe Bergdahl's parents were allowed on dozens of secret video conferences with top government, military officials

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The parents of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl were allowed to sit in on "as many as 20" secret video conferences between top U.S. military personnel in Afghanistan, according to a report by the Washington Times. These teleconferences included intelligence officials, White House and State Department staff, and the forces leading the war in Afghanistan. The Bergdahls, civilians without security clearances,...

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