Lance Corporal Joe Glenton, which opposes the war in Afghanistan, released!

The soldier, who was jailed after refusing to return to Afghanistan on the grounds that he opposed the war, was released from military prison in Colchester Monday, July 12, 2010.
Lance Corporal was jailed for nine months from March 2010 after he admitted that he had been 2 years and 6 days AWOL.

Recall that Joe Glenton was arrested at anti-war demonstration in London on Oct. 24, 2009 after a public speech.Previously, he also spoke to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown to stop military actions in Afghanistan and return the soldiers home.

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