Military Deserter Denied Refugee Status

Posted on Sunday, November 05 at 12:26 by jensonj
Joshua Key, 27, a father of four, is the third high-profile deserter to be refused asylum by the Immigration and Refugee Board. "I am sure he will be terribly disappointed," Jeffrey House, Key's lawyer, said yesterday. "I thought we had an invincible case." Key was shipped to Iraq in April 2003 and left 240 days later, disillusioned by the war and shaken by the actions of fellow soldiers.


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