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  1. Jan 2017
    1. the two-star general in charge of investigating Bowe's case, a man named Kenneth Dahl—who took a 371 page statement from Bowe, who assembled a 22 person team, who coordinated with 24 government agencies, interviewed 56 people—he said he believed that Bowe told them the truth about why he did what he did, that Bowe was remorseful, that Bowe recognizes, quote, "that he was young and naive and inexperienced," unquote.

      If a general belives bowe we should too, he's a pretty powerful man.