C# - Thread being aborted issue

Look at below code.  I developed a WCF Service.  I'm trying to verify user logging in.  When trying to redirect I receive an error - "Thread being aborted".  How do I resolve?  Why is this error occurring?

foreach (var results in APILogin.GetLogin(this.txtUserName.Text.ToString(),
                                                                       this.txtPassword.Text.ToString()))
{
    if (results.MustChangePassword == true)
    {
        Response.Redirect("ResetPassword.aspx");
        break;
    }
    else
    {
        Session["IsAdmin"] = results.IsAdmin;
        Response.Redirect("Download.aspx");
        break;
     }
}
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CipherISAsked:
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BuggyCoderCommented:
Do Something like this(Assuming that this is Client Code):-

public void Process()
{
string redirectPage = "";
bool ShouldRedirect=false;
using(var APILogin=new ClientProxy())
{
foreach (var results in APILogin.GetLogin(this.txtUserName.Text.ToString(), 
                                                                       this.txtPassword.Text.ToString()))
{
    if (results.MustChangePassword == true)
    {
        ShouldRedirect=true;
        RedirectPage="ResetPassword.aspx";
        break;
    }
    else
    {
        Session["IsAdmin"] = results.IsAdmin;
        ShouldRedirect=true;
        RedirectPage="Download.aspx";
        break;
     }
}
}

if(ShouldRedirect)
Response.Redirect(RedirectPage);
}

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CipherISAuthor Commented:
I figured out that i needed to move the redirects to the bottom and implement a variable to determine to redirect.
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