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yes sir. NO SIR! - Private Joe Glenton - Witness Statement of defence

charity sweet | 25.04.2010 10:10 | Anti-militarism | Repression | Terror War | Cambridge | Oxford

"All war is wrong." - Joe Glenton

yes sir. NO SIR! - Private Joe Glenton - Witness Statement of defence

It's all bollocks - Charity Sweet

This is the defence statement of Private Joe Glenton that the defence did not offer the courts? Y? Please copy and post this statement on any and every site you can find to support this real hero... perhaps lay a flower at the foot of Parliament in memory of those fallen heros and all the lost lives of children of war. "All war is wrong." - Joe Glenton

(Details of judicial corruption to follow shortly regarding his appeal 4 justice that fell on deaf war-mongering ears.)


(C.J.Act, 1967, S.9, M.C. Act, 1980, S. 102; M.C. Rules, 1981, S.70)

Statement of : Private Joe Glenton
Age of Witness : 27
Occupation of Witness : Real Hero
Address & Tel no : Military KLINK

This statement consisting of 1 page is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and I make it knowing that, if it is tendered in evidence, I shall be liable to prosecution if I have willfully stated in it anything which I know to be false or do not believe to be true.

CDRILS – Values and Standards of the British Army

Courage – The courage to do the right thing, to not look the other way when you know something is wrong. Even if it is not the accepted attitude of your peers or superiors.

Discipline – Discipline to control your fear to make the difficult choices which face you.

Respect for others – To treat others respectfully. To make those around you a priority.

Integrity – Being honest with yourself and others. The integrity to say what must be said.

Loyalty – Looking after your comrades and putting them first. Loyalty to a team however does not mean you cover up illegal or immoral activity.

Selfless commitment – Teamwork. Putting yourself at risk for others> risking death, injury or even liberty to do what is right.

Standards must be lawful – All soldiers are subject to law wherever they are. International law, Law of armed conflict, Local law,

Appropriate – Honesty. Putting others first. Teamwork. Professionalism. Control alcohol. No Drugs. Control debt. No media.
If you follow these values/standards your superiors will victimize you, harass you, hang you out to dry. If you try to speak out you or protect yourself you will be gagged, submitted to trial, and imprisoned.

This is the price of Courage, Discipline, Respect for others, Integrity, Loyalty and Selfless commitment.

Ask your own conscience if what’s happening is right.
Because “Just following orders” stopped being an excuse in 1949.
No matter how noble your intentions.

Private Joe Glenton

Mrs. Charity Sweet

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