Quotations by Robert Jenkins
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Born: Sunday, December 31, 1899
A number of Americans were used, most often unwillingly, by North Korea to arm spies with English-speaking skills so they could target American interests in South Korea and beyond.
(Keywords: American, Americans, English)
I made a big mistake of my life.
(Keywords: Life, Mistake)
It was not my intention whatsoever for the Japanese government to try to get me out of trouble. And I really appreciate the Japanese government for all they have done for me.
(Keywords: Government, Intention, Trouble)
The American Army has supplied, assigned a very capable man to me, to help me, bring me to military justice. I don't think I need no civilians. All I want to do is clear myself with the American Army.
(Keywords: American, Army, Help, Justice, Man, Military, Want)
When I got on the airplane in Indonesia coming to Japan, my intentions was to turn myself in to the military for the simple reason I would like to put my daughters with their mother, one thing. Another thing, I'd like to clear my conscience.
(Keywords: Mother, Conscience, Daughters, Intentions, Military, Reason)