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Kyle speaks at the School of the America’s Watch annual protest at Ft. Benning, GA

“I’m not doing anything negative. I’m doing what I feel I have to do as a human being.”

Kyle Snyder continues to remain AWOL from the U.S. Army. Calls to Ft. Leonard Wood from Snyder’s attorney, Jim Fennerty, continue to go unanswered. Yet, at the risk of arrest, Kyle continues to publicly speak out against the war in Iraq.
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Kyle (center) on stage at the SOA Watch annual demonstration at Ft. Benning, GA
Kyle has been travelling the country, speaking to high school students, participating in the School of the America’s Watch’s annual demonstration at Ft. Benning, GA and volunteering with Iraq Veterans Against the War in coordination with the Common Ground Collective in New Orleans. He was among two-dozen volunteers from IVAW who spent the week in New Orlean’s helping to gut houses that were flooded by hurricane Katrina in Aug 2005.
Kyle explains being AWOL and helping in New Orleans’s, “I’m not doing anything negative. I’m doing what I feel I have to do as a human being. There are over 20 engineering units in the U.S military. I was part of an engineering unit. To see places that look worse than Iraq in my own country makes me sick. That they’re not doing any rebuilding effort for the poor, the African-American community. They just left it here. They’re not even cleaning it up; It’s a disaster area. This should be first priority because the war in Iraq is not accomplishing much. The answer is in front of everybody: Start pulling troops from Iraq and rebuilding New Orleans.”