Soldier Who Fought for Adopted Land Dies in Iraq

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Lee Christian Wilson died in northern Iraq after a roadside bomb exploded near his vehicle. Wilson lived in in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. A legal resident of the United States, Wilson was a Canadian citizen who joined the U.S. Army in 2001 to fight for his adopted country.

Lee Christian Wilson, a Canadian citizen, was killed when a roadside bomb exploded on a road in Mosul, Iraq, on Sept. 6, 2007. The military is working to grant Wilson U.S. citizenship posthumously.

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