(Huffington Post) – “I saw many bad things in the army.” In Canada, an 11-year-old child is normally offered a football or a Frisbee, not an AK-47 and bullets. But Luny’s* boyhood was short lived. At 11 years old, he was recruited into the armed forces in South Sudan, forced to fight for a cause he did not even understand. Over the next three years, he was forced to see and do things he can never forget and may never recover from. Things that no child should have to see or do. At 11, he became a child soldier.