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Asylum Update

Letter by US AWOL soldier André Shepherd

(10.04.2010) The past three months have been very busy. I have spent the time doing more research for my case, as well as integrating into the German Culture. I have also started to write a book about my experiences, with the hope that one day it will be used to help other people in a similar situation. Again I must thank each and every one of you for your love and support. If there are those out there who have heard about my case and would like to make a donation, please do so here.

Iraq Veterans Against the War convenes Winter Soldier Europe before NATO summit

Testimony are available online

(16.03.2009) Freiburg, Germany – About 150 people heard testimony from nine American, British, and German veterans in Freiburg, Germany, on Saturday about the military members’ experiences in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Testimony are available online.

Videos: Agustěn Aguayo speaks

Going AWOL - after military jail

(01.05.2007) In two videos Agustín Aguayo reports about why he went AWOL and about his experiences in military jail.

Agustín Aguayo

Statement Submitted to the United States Court of Appeals in Washington D.C.

Conscientious Objection Declaration

(02.09.2006) I have received orders from my command that on August 28, 2006, I will be deployed to Iraq in support of (ISO) the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) for a minimum of 365 days. In this statement, I explain why my religious beliefs will not permit me to participate in this or any war, even as a non-combatant, and why, under compulsion of conscience, I will risk court-martial and imprisonment rather than deploy.