In Good Conscience

by
Abby Zimet

Joe Glenton, on right, leads march

For the first time, an active British soldier who is facing a
court-martial for refusing to return to Afghanistan has broken military
law to lead an
anti-war march through London. Speaking at a protest joined by former
soldiers and mlitary families, Lance Corporal Joe Glenton said he
believed "great wrongs" have been committed in Afghanistan.

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