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 First Lieutenant Ehren Watada

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At the behest of the Refusing To Kill men's group, he painted a large banner defending Lt. Watada, the first US officer to refuse to fight in Iraq. His mother says: “Jan has left a huge hole in our lives. It is hard to say how much we love him. I will forever miss his love and support, his care for his sister, his down ...
But several high profile examples illustrate the limits of the duty to obey orders. In 2006, First Lieutenant Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq because of legal and moral objections to the underlying conflict. More recently, Captain Nathan Smith sued President Barack Obama in federal court, claiming the ...

FORT LEWIS (KHNL) - The court martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada came to a sudden and suprising conclusion Wednesday afternoon. ... "And that was enough that the judge was concerned about what Lt. Watada agreed to in a stipulation of fact compared to what he was going to instruct the jury about this defense," ...
The officer, First Lt. Ehren Watada, will be granted a discharge on Oct. 2, “under other-than-honorable conditions,” said the lawyer, Kenneth Kagan. Lieutenant Watada told The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, “The actual outcome is different from the outcome that I envisioned in the first place, but I am grateful of the ...
Ehren Watada Army First Lieutenant Ehren Watada saw his case move one step closer to resolution earlier this month when a federal court issued a ... In June 2006, Lt. Watada held a press conference where he declared that the Iraq War was illegal, and that it was his duty to refuse orders to deploy.
The highly anticipated court-martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada for refusing to deploy to Iraq ended in a mistrial on Wednesday, a surprising development that left military prosecutors clearly frustrated, observers stunned and defense attorneys claiming that the military had blown its only chance at a ...

Lt. Ehren Watada, as you likely know, is the Army officer who has refused orders to go to Iraq, because he because he believes the conflict is an “illegal war” founded on “lies,” and that war crimes have been commited in the prosecution of the conflict. Tomorrow, Lt. Watada will be court martialed at Fort ...
The officer, First Lt. Ehren K. Watada, was charged in July with missing a movement and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman after he refused to join his unit, the Third Brigade, Second Infantry, when it was deployed. Before and after his unit left, Lieutenant Watada gave interviews and made ...
SEATTLE — When First Lt. Ehren K. Watada of the Army shipped out for a tour of duty in South Korea two years ago, he was a promising young officer rated ... Lieutenant Watada said that when he reported to Fort Lewis in June 2005, in preparation for deployment to Iraq, he was beginning to have doubts.
Rebekah Watada, one of the city's prosecutors, asked in response. ... City prosecutor Rebekah Watada questions DPD lieutenant Michael Wyatt. ... The city's prosecutors, Rebekah Watada and Brad Whitfield, called upon five Denver police officers as witnesses on Tuesday and had them explain the ...
But several high profile examples illustrate the limits of the duty to obey orders. In 2006, First Lieutenant Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq because of legal and moral objections to the underlying conflict. More recently, Captain Nathan Smith sued President Barack Obama in federal court, claiming the ...
FORT LEWIS (KHNL) - The court martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada came to a sudden and suprising conclusion Wednesday afternoon. ... "And that was enough that the judge was concerned about what Lt. Watada agreed to in a stipulation of fact compared to what he was going to instruct the jury about this defense," ...
“Lt. Watada” is an in-depth look at the case of Lt. Ehren Watada, the first commissioned officer to refuse to deploy to Iraq on the grounds that the war was illegal ... “Lt. Watada” charts Watada's emergence as a public speaker and activist and chronicles the tense days of his court martial trial in February 2007 ...
The officer, First Lt. Ehren Watada, will be granted a discharge on Oct. 2, “under other-than-honorable conditions,” said the lawyer, Kenneth Kagan. Lieutenant Watada told The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, “The actual outcome is different from the outcome that I envisioned in the first place, but I am grateful of the ...
Lt. Watada's refusal to deploy to Iraq launched him into the public spotlight. His refusal to obey direct orders made him the center of controversy, and he drew sharp criticism from many fellow members of the officer corps. At the same time, many active duty soldiers expressed gratitude to the Lieutenant for ...
The highly anticipated court-martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada for refusing to deploy to Iraq ended in a mistrial on Wednesday, a surprising development that left military prosecutors clearly frustrated, observers stunned and defense attorneys claiming that the military had blown its only chance at a ...
Lt. Ehren Watada, as you likely know, is the Army officer who has refused orders to go to Iraq, because he because he believes the conflict is an “illegal war” founded on “lies,” and that war crimes have been commited in the prosecution of the conflict. Tomorrow, Lt. Watada will be court martialed at Fort ...

The officer, First Lt. Ehren K. Watada, was charged in July with missing a movement and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman after he refused to join his unit, the Third Brigade, Second Infantry, when it was deployed. Before and after his unit left, Lieutenant Watada gave interviews and made ...
SEATTLE — When First Lt. Ehren K. Watada of the Army shipped out for a tour of duty in South Korea two years ago, he was a promising young officer rated ... Lieutenant Watada said that when he reported to Fort Lewis in June 2005, in preparation for deployment to Iraq, he was beginning to have doubts.
In 2006, First Lieutenant Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq because of legal and moral objections to the underlying conflict. More recently ...
FORT LEWIS (KHNL) - The court martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada came ... "And that was enough that the judge was concerned about what Lt. Watada ...
“Lt. Watada” examines the case of Ehren Watada who refused to deploy to Iraq in 2006 on the grounds that the war was illegal and immoral.
The officer, First Lt. Ehren Watada, will be granted a discharge on Oct. ... Lieutenant Watada, 31, refused to deploy to Iraq with his unit, based in ...
Army First Lieutenant Ehren Watada saw his case move one step closer to ... In June 2006, Lt. Watada held a press conference where he ...
The highly anticipated court-martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada for refusing to deploy to Iraq ended in a mistrial on Wednesday, ...
Lt. Ehren Watada, as you likely know, is the Army officer who has refused orders to go to Iraq, because he because he believes the conflict is an ...
The officer, First Lt. Ehren K. Watada, was charged in July with missing a ... Lieutenant Watada is the first officer to refuse to do so publicly.
Lt. Ehren Watada sat before military judge Lieutenant Colonel John Head for a pre-trial hearing yesterday that will go a long way to defining ...
SEATTLE — When First Lt. Ehren K. Watada of the Army shipped out ... Now Lieutenant Watada, 28, is working behind a desk at Fort Lewis just ...
Rebekah Watada, one of the city's prosecutors, asked in response. ... City prosecutor Rebekah Watada questions DPD lieutenant Michael ...
In 2006, First Lieutenant Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq because of legal and moral objections to the underlying conflict. More recently ...
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FORT LEWIS (KHNL) - The court martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada came ... "And that was enough that the judge was concerned about what Lt. Watada ...
“Lt. Watada” examines the case of Ehren Watada who refused to deploy to Iraq in 2006 on the grounds that the war was illegal and immoral.
The officer, First Lt. Ehren Watada, will be granted a discharge on Oct. ... Lieutenant Watada, 31, refused to deploy to Iraq with his unit, based in ...
Army First Lieutenant Ehren Watada saw his case move one step closer to ... In June 2006, Lt. Watada held a press conference where he ...
Army First Lieutenant Ehren Watada saw his case move one step closer to ... In June 2006, Lt. Watada held a press conference where he ...
The highly anticipated court-martial of Army Lieutenant Ehren Watada for refusing to deploy to Iraq ended in a mistrial on Wednesday, ...
The officer, First Lt. Ehren K. Watada, was charged in July with missing a ... Lieutenant Watada is the first officer to refuse to do so publicly.
Lt. Ehren Watada sat before military judge Lieutenant Colonel John Head for a pre-trial hearing yesterday that will go a long way to defining ...
SEATTLE — When First Lt. Ehren K. Watada of the Army shipped out ... Now Lieutenant Watada, 28, is working behind a desk at Fort Lewis just ...
In 2006, First Lieutenant Ehren Watada refused to deploy to Iraq because of legal and moral objections to the underlying conflict.
"It is the duty, the obligation of every soldier, and specifically the officers, to evaluate the legality, the truth behind every order -- including the order to go to war," said Lt. Ehren Watada back in 2006. He refused to participate in the Iraq war ...
"It is the duty, the obligation of every soldier, and specifically the officers, to evaluate the legality, the truth behind every order - including the order to go to war," said Lt. Ehren Watada back in 2006. He refused to participate in the Iraq war ...
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