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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Mom of US soldier charged with desertion seeks help from Mexico

US citizen Susana Aguayo, the mother of US soldier Agustin Aguayo (both Mexican born) speaks with the press 19 February 2007 in Mexico City. Aguayo, whose son is under arrest in a US military base in Germany after deserting, is asking the Mexican government to help her get her son released.(AFP/File/Omar Torres)

MEXICO CITY (AFP) - The Mexican mother of a US soldier jailed for refusing to deploy to Iraq said she had asked Mexico's government for help in gaining his release."My son is no coward," Susan Aguayo said in Mexico City.

"My son is not disobedient. He is responsible and knows what he is doing," she said.Her son, Agustin Aguayo, 35, was born in Guadalajara, and joined the US Army before applying for conscientious objector status.

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Roy said...

ususal crap from south of the border types - sucking off this country - well let him serve in Mexico and cancell his US citizianship

20/2/07 2:11 PM

Kangaroo Said

What about your AWOL Pres, sucking and screwing off the country, I'd say, he still has 12 months to serve, send the weena to the front lines PRONTO.

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Blogger Roy said...

ususal crap from south of the border types - sucking off this country - well let him serve in Mexico and cancell his US citizianship

20/2/07 2:11 PM  

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