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11) It is easy to see how such a resolution was once intended as a measure to stop the corruption engendered by illegal draft evasion.
In 2002, the Israeli Knesset passed a bill that organizes the draft evasion issue in line with certain criteria.
Also arrested and charged with conspiring to counsel draft evasion was the Denver-based editor of a newspaper that covered the resistance, but he was acquitted at trial.
Before long, calls for Coffin's resignation and the threat of going to jail for counseling draft evasion put great pressure on his marriage.
Ali took the title from Sonny Liston in 1964 and was undefeated in 29 fights, but was stripped of the title in 1967 for draft evasion.
For the most part, the resisters were convicted of draft evasion and sentenced to about three years in a federal prison.
Ali claimed exemption from military service based on his religious beliefs; however, he was eventually convicted of draft evasion, and his boxing title was stripped from him, as his decision augmented trepidation about "racial discrimination and religious intolerance.