Why I refused to go back to IraqQuicklink submitted by John Rogue Permalink
|By Camilo E. Mejìa, [I]n 2004, I was sentenced to twelve months in a U.S. Army jail because I refused to go back to Iraq. Even then, I knew that our military presence there was fueling a national resistance, while boosting terrorism across the world. And I knew our commander in chief was not being straight with us.|
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