Comments for: Military deserter arrested at US-Canadian border

Posted Sept. 20, 2012, at 6:39 p.m.

The first female U.S. soldier to seek refuge in Canada rather than return to duty in Iraq was arrested at the U.S. border in northern New York State on Thursday after losing her bid to remain in Canada, according to an advocacy group that had campaigned on her behalf. Kimberly …

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  • Anonymous

    She shouldn’t have enlisted.

    • Anonymous

      agreed totally. It’s not like these wars were new when she enlisted. And I say enlisted because there is not draft. And even if there were, she would have been exempt. sounds to me like this is more of a case of “I signed up for the college money and didn’t think that I would have to actually do something to earn it. “

  • Anonymous

    The only heroes in the Iraq debacle are the ones who refuse to fight.

  • Anonymous

    What do people think may happen when they join the military.  Unreal. 

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