"On the face of it, good news for family and friends, but there are serious complexities because proof of life doesn't necessarily mean an imminent release."
Bergdahl's family released a statement through a spokesperson, saying: "As we have done so many times over the past 4 and a half years, we request his captors to release him safely so that our only son can be reunited with his mother and father. BOWE - If (you) see this, continue to remain strong through patience. Your endurance will carry you to the finish line. Breathe!" (Via Times-News)
His captors have made demands before, asking for the release of five Guantanamo Bay prisoners in exchange for freeing Bergdahl. So far the Pentagon has refused the deal but says it's using all tools available to get Bergdahl home safely.
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