Courage to Resist: Support Robin Long, Iraq war resister deported from Canada
Support Robin Long!
On July 15, 2008 U.S. Army PFC Robin Long became the first war resister
since the Vietnam War forced to leave Canada and turned over to the U.S.
military. He has been returned to his last unit at Fort Carson, Colorado.
His military pre-trial confinement has been outsourced to the local county
jail. He will likely be court martialed for AWOL, desertion, and possibly
speech-related violations of military discipline. Support Robin Long and all
troops with the courage to resist!
1. Donate to Robin’s legal expenses
2. Send Robin letters of support
3. Send Robin commissary money
4. Send Robin a book
5. Sign the public statement of support – coming soon! . . .
I am very honored and excited to be fighting on behalf of Robin as his civilian attorney, but I won’t be alone in this fight. Already many folks have been working (both in Canada and the US) on Robin’s behalf.
Please consider doing what you can to support this work (see the link above to Courage to Resist for more information on what you can do to help).