Hutto to Speak in Decatur, Georgia, over the Memorial Day Weekend

Oakhurst Presbyterian Church Peace & Justice Committee

Jonathan Hutto” A Patriotic Seaman
“Why Staying in Iraq Will Not Work
& Why it is Not Worth the Price”

Tuesday, May 9, 2007
Kevin Moran 

Jonathan Hutto

Debbie Clark
Veterans for Peace Greater Atlanta Chapter 125

 DECATUR – Jonathan Hutto a native Atlantan and active duty sailor will speak at 1 PM Sunday, May 27 in the Fellowship Hall of Oakhurst Presbyterian Church, 118 Second Ave. Decatur, GA.

Jonathan Hutto will speak on the power of the Appeal for Redress petition by active duty and reserve troops urging Congress to recognize it is time for U.S. troops to come home from Iraq. He has appeared on CNN, the BBC and in the pages of The Washington Post and The Navy Times. Hutto lives and works aboard the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt based in Norfolk, VA.

“Staying in Iraq will not work and is not worth the price,” said Jonathan Hutto. “It is time for U.S. troops to come home.”

Jonathan Hutto’s remarks as a patriotic American proud to serve the nation in uniform are particularly relevant on this Memorial Day weekend.

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