I was back in Fort Bragg's courtroom for a pre-trial hearing for Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who walked away from his remote post in Afghanistan and was held captive by the Taliban for five years.
This is my first time covering a court martial. I wasn't quite sure what to expect during this pre-trial hearing.
The hearing lasted about three hours.
Most of the hearing focused on a discussion of the use of classified documents - how they should be disclosed to those involved in the case, and who should get them.
One of the challenges in this case is that one of Bergdahl's lawyers is a civilian, who doesn't have a national security clearance necessary to view some classified documents.
Photographer Andrew Craft and I attended the pre-trial hearing for the Fayetteville Observer.
I wasn't able to tweet from this pre-trial hearing. I had to check my cell phone at the media operations center, then stay at the courthouse for the hearing, I wasn't able to get back to my phone until the conclusion of the hearing. By that point I was focused on filing my story for the web and next day.
You can read our coverage here: http://www.fayobserver.com/military/sgt-bowe-bergdahl-case-lawyers-argue-over-access-to-classified/article_a375b05f-83ad-54da-816f-f918d0388f47.html
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