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Mark Visger is a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army. He is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Law at the United States.
Lt. Col. Mark Visger recommended that Bergdahl's case not proceed to a general court-martial, which could end with life in prison and a dishonourable.
The U.S. Army hearing officer in charge of Sgt Bergdahl's Article 32 hearing released his recommendations on Friday: no jail time, no punitive discharge.
Lt. Col. Mark Visger recommended that Bergdahl's case not proceed to a general court-martial, where Bergdahl could have been subject to life.
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The investigating officer, Lt. Col. Mark Visger, sent a memo to Brig. Gen. Theodore Martin, then commandant of cadets. "I feel that it is my duty to.
Defense attorney Eugene Fidell said Lt. Col. Mark Visger has recommended that Sgt. Bergdahl's case be referred to a special court martial.