Peter Robbins, a former child actor known for being the original voice of Charlie Brown, was arrested over the weekend on four felony counts of making a threat to cause death or great bodily injury and one single felony count of stalking. The 56-year-old Robbins—who was just 9 years old when he was first cast as Charlie Brown, starring in beloved Peanuts specials like A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown—is accused of stalking and threatening to hurt and/or kill somebody, leading to a warrant for his arrest that surfaced when Robbins attempted to cross from Mexico back into San Diego on Sunday.
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I can't speak from experience from never serving, but I learned from an early age that the U.S. military does not like scandal/corruption and tends to sweep issues under the rug and forget it ever happened.
What is selective service actually? I've heard a few people bring it up re: the woman in combat issue and it seems contentious whenever it's brought up, but I don't know what it means and why it's a controversial issue.
I've always thought that if they ever re-instituted the draft, the government has your name and info on hand as a potential draftee. I turned 18 two months after 9/11 and guys my age were worrying the military would have a draft in order to go to war against the Taliban.