Category: Profiles in Resistance

Jasinski, Eric

When first seeking help from the Army, Jasinski says “”I went to get help, but I had an 8 hour wait to see one of five doctors. But after several attempts.

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Hutchinson, Alexis

she was attempting to remedy the situation, when the Army arrested her and placed her son, Kamani into county foster care.

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Church, Leo

Army Specialist Leo Church was sentenced to 8 months for going AWOL to support his family. Shortly after completing A.I.T. Spec.

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Agosto, Victor

There is no way I will deploy to Afghanistan. The occupation is immoral and unjust. It does not make the American people any safer.

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Stevens, Dustin

Spec. Stevens efforts proved successful and in late October of 2009, nearly a year after Stevens was initially detained, Echo Platoon was officially disbanded.

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Bishop, Travis

He was seeking a C.O. discharge at the time he refused to deploy, calling the ongoing occupations ‘illegal’and insisting that it would have been unethical of him to deploy in support of an occupation that he is morally and legally opposed to.

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