The Lad and His Bible

The Lad has always been an atheist, but after his arrest he has been unable to deny that his religious beliefs were a part of who he was.

He has been a devout Christian since childhood, but when he was in the Army he was sent to Iraq in 2004.

He said he never thought he would end up in the army.

“I never thought I would go to war,” he told me.

“It’s not a big deal, really, to me, because I know I’m going to be dead before I get there.”

When he returned to the United States, he found he had to be more careful about where he went to school.

“Schools were a lot more strict in the U.S. in the days before the internet, but they’re not so strict anymore,” he said.

He said it took him a while to come to terms with the fact that people like him might have to defend themselves against people who might be more accepting of other religious beliefs. “

And if they do say something like, ‘Oh, yeah, this is the same guy who got arrested in Iraq, right?’ or ‘Oh yeah, I was at that same school and he did the same thing,’ you can just be like, You know what, this guy’s a bigot.”

He said it took him a while to come to terms with the fact that people like him might have to defend themselves against people who might be more accepting of other religious beliefs.

“People who do think they can just defend themselves are actually really vulnerable to being demonized,” he explained.

For him, the biggest problem is that there’s not much of a difference between a bigot and a bigot who believes he is an atheist. “

That’s when it really starts to sink in.”

For him, the biggest problem is that there’s not much of a difference between a bigot and a bigot who believes he is an atheist.

He added, “It doesn’t really matter how much you believe that, or how much religion you have.

You just need to believe that you can say whatever you want and that there are no consequences for that.”

When I asked if he had any plans to leave the army, he told us, “I’m not going to leave because I’m an atheist.”

He added that the only way he would leave is if he’s forced to by someone.

“The only way I can leave is by the force of law,” he responded.

“Because that’s the only thing that will stop me from getting in there and doing this.”

I told him that I knew he was right and that it would take some very strong actions by him to make that happen.

“Well, I’ll be honest, I don’t think there’s any way to get me out of there.

But I would like to see you make some strong statements.

I think it would be really important to make some really strong statements, and I think I have a lot of potential to be a leader in this country.”

After a brief pause, he said, “Okay, I’m leaving.

Bye.”

The Lad has been jailed in Pennsylvania since May.

His case was first reported in the local paper.