Active duty soldier to speak out at #ODC against US occupation of Afghanistan

Freedom Plaza, Washington, DC

Saturday, October 6, 12 Noon

Active duty soldier Anonymous AWOL ‏@Unoccupier, absent without leave from America’s occupation of Afghanistan, will speak publicly for the first time, risking arrest.

Anonymous AWOL

THE MASK COMES OFF

IF THERE IS ANY WAY YOU CAN BE PRESENT, PLEASE HELP HIM TO BE ABLE TO SPEAK BEFORE HE IS POSSIBLY ARRESTED.

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#BradleyManning Freedom Plaza

1400 Penn. Ave

Washington, #DC

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Active Duty Soldier to Speak Out Publicly Against Afghan War
Speech in Washington’s Freedom Plaza will Risk Arrest

***Embargoed Interviews Available Now***

At noon on Saturday, October 6, an active-duty US Army soldier will speak out against the War in Afghanistan at Washington, D.C.’s Freedom Plaza. Although he has been active with Occupy Wall Street and Occupy DC in recent months, this will be the first time he will reveal his identity in public.

At 24 years old, this soldier is a veteran of four combat tours — one in Iraq, and three in Afghanistan. He was on duty in Afghanistan when Osama bin Laden was killed. His announcement — which will also be livestreamed by @OCCUPYCARLISLE — will place him at risk of immediate arrest.

This veteran is available for embargoed interviews in Washington DC, ahead of his speech.  More information is available on this Facebook event page:  https://www.facebook.com/events/152438551564732/

WHO: An anonymous active duty US Army soldier
WHAT: “Unoccupy the War” speech against the War in Afghanistan
WHERE: Freedom Plaza, 1400 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington DC
WHEN: 12:00 PM EDT

Facebook event

https://www.facebook.com/events/152438551564732/

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Appreciate your support!

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#UnoccupyAfghanistan #106

OccupyDC  #ODC

#OccupyVeterans #VA #vets

 

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