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The UK Army:

A Life Sentence for Refusing to Commit Murder

SOLDIERS who object to taking part in a military occupation of a
foreign country will face life in prison under measures due to be
rubber-stamped in the House of Commons on Monday. The
little-noticed Armed Forces Bill will have its third reading in the
Commons on Monday and left-leaning MPs are alarmed that it will
legitimise pre-emptive military strikes.

It will change the definition of desertion to include soldiers who
go absent without leave and intend to refuse to take part in a
"military occupation of a foreign country or territory". Under the
current Army Act, desertion is defined as "going absent intending
not to come back, going absent to avoid any service overseas, or
going absent to avoid service when before an enemy". [Scotsman,

you are in the UK army and you refuse to fight in wars built on lies
you can be jailed for life. If, on the other hand, you commit a
brutal murder......the minimum jail sentence is 14 years.

So, if you're a well behaved murderer you can be released from
prison after 14 years, but if you are in the army and refuse to
commit murder you can be imprisoned for life.

It stinks, doesn't it.

Neutral Citation Number: [2005] EWHC 2419 (QB)
Case No: 2004/59/MTS


Date: 09/12/2005



2) The facts are taken from my report to the Home Secretary. The
deceased, Melvin Ashton Jones, was 43 years of age when he was
killed by the defendant. He had a reputation as a violent and
dangerous man. He had many convictions for violence. He had been
sentenced in 1988 to 14 years imprisonment for a particularly
violent rape and served 10 years, being released on 24th July, 1998.
The defendant and the deceased had known each other for some years
and from time to time drank together. On Saturday 29th January 2000
at about 11.15 p.m. the defendant for no apparent reason attacked
the deceased in Dukes' Nightclub in Tonypandy. The deceased was
sitting down. The defendant approached him and without warning
punched him hard to the face knocking the deceased unconscious. The
defendant then left the nightclub and waited outside with two of his
friends. Not long before 11.30 p.m. the deceased also left the
nightclub. When he got outside into the street, he was attacked
again by the defendant. The defendant punched the deceased to the
ground and then punched and kicked him when he was defenceless (and
probably unconscious) on the ground. The deceased sustained
injuries to his face: on both sides of the face, there was
disruption of the jaw plus fractures of both cheekbones and of both
eye sockets. Those fractures allowed bleeding into the sinuses,
death probably resulting from an obstruction to the airways.
Although it was obvious that the deceased was seriously injured, the
defendant and his friends simply left the scene doing nothing to
help the deceased. Both the defendant and the deceased had had a
considerable quantity to drink, the defendant also having taken an
ecstasy tablet.

7) Accordingly, I set the minimum term that the defendant must serve
before the Parole Board can consider his release on licence as one
of 14 years. That minimum term is the minimum amount of time the
defendant will spend in prison, from the date of sentence, before
the Parole Board can order early release. If it remains necessary
for the protection of the public, the defendant will continue to be
detained after that date. Where the defendant has served the
minimum term and the Parole Board has decided to direct release, the
defendant will remain on licence for the rest of his life and may be
recalled to prison at any time. []

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