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Legal News
24 Dec 2006
by Natalie Hrubos

[JURIST] Former US Army Sergeant Ricky Clousing [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], a paratrooper and interpreter who disputed the legality of the war in Iraq, was released Saturday from a military prison where he was serving a three-month sentence after pleading guilty [JURIST report] to going absent without leave for … [read more]


Professional Commentary
16 Oct 2006

David Miner [attorney for US Army Sgt. Ricky Clousing, an Iraq war objector who recently pleaded guilty to going AWOL]: "A growing number of soldiers question whether they can honorably serve in support of the war in Iraq. My client Ricky Clousing confronted this question after a five month deployment … [read more]


Legal News
13 Oct 2006
by James M Yoch Jr

[JURIST] US Army Sergeant Ricky Clousing [advocacy website; JURIST news archive], a paratrooper and interpreter who disputed the legality of the war in Iraq [JURIST news archive], has pleaded guilty to going absent without leave for 14 months. A court-martial [JURIST report] in Fort Bragg, NC, on Thursday sentenced Clousing … [read more]


Legal News
8 Oct 2006
by Melissa Bancroft

[JURIST] US Army Sgt. Ricky Clousing [advocacy site], an Iraq war veteran, will face a court-martial this week for charges of desertion after leaving his barracks on his return from Iraq last year. Clousing’s attorney said that he has agreed to a plea bargain and intends to plead guilty to … [read more]


Legal News
1 Sep 2006
by Alexis Unkovic

[JURIST] An attorney for US Army Sgt. Ricky Clousing [advocacy website], an Iraq war veteran, said Thursday that his client will face a desertion charge at a special court-martial stemming from his June 2005 defection from Fort Bragg [official website]. Clousing, who has said he refuses to participate in a … [read more]


Legal News
12 Aug 2006
by Brett Murphy

[JURIST] US Army Sgt. Ricky Clousing, an Iraq war veteran, turned himself in at Fort Lewis [post website] on Friday after absconding from Fort Bragg in June 2005 because he no longer wanted to participate in what he says is a war with "no legal basis to be fought." Clousing's … [read more]

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