Afghan women accuse American soldier of abducting their baby

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby girl at gunpoint Two Afghan women, their newborn daughter, and Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have accused an American soldier who was released early from Taliban…

Afghan women accuse American soldier of abducting their baby

Afghan couple accuse US Marine of abducting their baby girl at gunpoint

Two Afghan women, their newborn daughter, and Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl have accused an American soldier who was released early from Taliban captivity of abducting their baby.

The mother of the three, a 16-year-old named as Aziza Mohammad, says she went to check on her after hearing she was ill, but when she returned her daughter wasn’t with her. Her husband took her to a hospital and never returned, according to the New York Post.

The Pentagon said that Bergdahl was treated for a “medical issue” and no wrongdoing was suspected. The family is seeking a trial and an apology.

One of the women, who cannot be identified but is a mother of three, told the Post that her husband had been at his father’s house when he realized something was wrong, and that he went to wake him. When her husband did not answer, the father kicked in the door and found his wife’s body naked in a pool of blood.

The child, her mother says, was taken into the home and given to his military captors without a word of explanation.

“And I really thought he didn’t even care. He left me there, and he did nothing,” she told the Post.

She said one of her daughter’s birth certificates and a medical record from a clinic in Afghanistan were signed off for her, but that she has never seen the second document. The woman went on to say that she has sent the paperwork to the couple’s attorney for a trial, adding that she has never met Sgt. Bergdahl, who was captured in Afghanistan and held for almost four years.

“I’m not going to tell him: I’m sorry for what happened,” said the woman, who called her daughter Azaza. “I’m going to show him that we want things back the way they were.”

I’m not going to tell him: I’m sorry for what happened. I’m going to show him that

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