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Submitted by Susan Lanes (not verified) on Wed, 16 May 2018 - 06:32

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All societies need the balance of conscientious objectors who, while they cannot commit to talking life even in defense of their loved ones, have much to give. It has to be a human right to refuse to kill. In wartime other conscientious objectors have proven valuable by contributing other skills such as office staff, medics, reporters and photographers. It would be more productive to find a useful way for these people to contribute rather than be held in prison.

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