Thursday, April 13, 2006

Jailed for refusing to take part in the invasion of Poland

An officer was sentenced to jail for refusing orders to join the force which has invaded Poland.

The officer was convicted by a panel of officers of what the judge called "calculated and deliberate disobedience" of orders to train, prepare and deploy to Poland.

In comments from the witness stand, 'the officer described Germany as the moral equivalent of Japan, and the prosecutors themselves as complicit in crimes.'

British officer jailed for refusing to go to Iraq

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