List of Iraq War Resisters - Conscientious Objectors

Conscientious Objectors

For purposes of this list, the determination of conscientious objection is made by the individual, not a government. It is frequently the case that individuals and governments disagree on the status.

  • Agustin Aguayo (Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience)
  • Kevin Benderman – Served one tour in Iraq then applied for conscientious objector status before his second tour. He was acquitted of desertion and found guilty of missing a troop movement. He was sentenced to 15 months in prison, demoted to private and given a dishonorable discharge.
  • Former Army interrogator Ricky Clousing
  • Diedra Cobb
  • Aidan Delgado – He applied for conscientious objector status in April 2003, which the Army eventually recognized, and he was honorably discharged in April 2004.
  • Stephen Funk
  • Camilo Mejía
  • Pablo Paredes
  • Josh Stieber – Blogger and co-author of "Letter to Iraq"
  • Abdullah William Webster (USA Amnesty International Prisoner of Conscience)
  • Mark Wilkerson

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