Dead soldier’s father boycotts commemoration because of war profiteers’ presence

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British Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip May make their way to last year's remembrance service in London. Philip's company, Capital Group, is the largest shareholder in arms dealers BAE Systems

This photo shows British Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip May making their way to last year’s remembrance service for dead soldiers in London. Philip’s company, Capital Group, is the largest shareholder in arms dealers BAE Systems.

By Sam Tobin in Britain:

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Exclusive: Grieving father to boycott remembrance service in ‘disgust’

Bill Stewardson, whose son Alex Green, 19, was killed in Iraq, says the Cenotaph ‘is not there for arms dealers to seize as a PR opportunity

THE father of a soldier killed in Iraq is boycotting this year’s remembrance service in “disgust” at the “cash-hungry immoral pigs” who will be in attendance while “living lives funded by war”.

Kingsman Alex Green was shot dead in Basra in January 2007 while returning from a patrol in the city centre. He was 21.

His dad Bill Stewardson told…

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