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Can a convicted felon go on a military base to do contract work?
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Can a convicted felon live on a military base while the spouse is enlisted in the military?
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a military arrest is when you are arrested on a military installation by military police or military orginizations that have the power to arrest. if your arrested off base by local police they will hold you there awaiting your pick up by military officials if it was related to a military crime or a crime commited on base.
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What occupations could a convicted felon pursue?
This all depends on the crime, if it was anything that involved assault on children or rape, although it may be possible to find a job but keeping it once an employer finds out 9 times out of 10 the felon will be terminated. Construction work or lawn service is a good alternative for a felon. Most felons are good honest people they have made mistakes like every person in the world, they paid there debt to society and they have to keep paying it by being treated differently and getting passed up on job opportunities, I am not a felon but as a business owner I have employed plenty of felons, None being convicted of a sex offense do to the fact 95% of my customer base are home owners with children and I work inside their homes. I encourage any felon to get out their and plug away do not let having a felony discourage them from applying for a job. I hope this has helped there is no definitive answer for this question. Good luck to whom ever reads this post.
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Who was Argentina's dictator who crackdown on freedom of speech and press made people unhappy?
"Argentina's last dictator was convicted and sentenced to 25 years in prison for torture and kidnappings committed during the nation's 1976-1983 military regime. Reynaldo Bignone, 82, was convicted along with five other former military officers for 56 cases involving torture, illegal detentions and other crimes in one of Argentina's largest torture centres, the Campo de Mayo military base. Human rights groups said that of the 4,000 dissidents taken to the base, about 50 emerged alive." From the Independent of London.