Pro peace soldier Joe Glenton freed


This CNN video is called Lance Corp. Joe Glenton: “The Afghans don’t want us there“.

Britain: Joe Glenton, the soldier who refused to return to Afghanistan on the grounds that the war was unjust, has walked free from a military jail after four months behind bars: here.

Family and supporters of refusenik Joe Glenton have expressed their joy at the former soldier’s release from military prison in Colchester.

The tendency in Britain for former military top brass to get jobs with military contractors: here.

The youngest detainee at the US concentration camp on Cuba’s Guantanamo Bay has said he plans to boycott his upcoming trial before a US military tribunal

Innocent Student Finally Released from Guantanamo – Mohammed Hassan Odaini finally freed, 48 days after habeas: win: here.

Bybee Says CIA Broke Torture Rules: here.

USA: Rep. Nadler: Investigate torture or face road to ‘tyranny’: here.

An Afghan soldier fired a rocket-propelled grenade into a military base in Helmand before dawn yesterday, killing three British troops and wounding four more before fleeing: here.

Senior US legislators warned the Obama administration on Wednesday that the bloody conflict in Afghanistan is increasingly seen as a “lost cause” that reeks of imperial hubris.

A recent article in Der Spiegel on the war in Afghanistan and democracy is essentially a manifesto for war linked to a fatalistic type of jingoism: here.

RAWA.org: June was worst month for Army suicides, statistics show: CNN: More U.S. soldiers killed themselves last month: here.

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