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  • JTShooter
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    Wasn't there a mayor or something in Atlanta that claimed to be SF in Vietnam?

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  • Retired96
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    There is a bozo in Pomona Calif. that sits on the local water board as a elected official. He recently was convicted in Federal Court, as he boasted about being awarded the Medal of Honor during the Vietnam War. The sad thing is that the dirtbag refuses to step down from his elected office.

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  • M-11
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    He has a total pornstar name.

    That's going to be rough in his present digs...

    M-11

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  • JTShooter
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    There are many more and much worse out there...

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  • cbr600_kitty
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    What a moron....

    There is an amusing twist to the story however......the irony of his last name being Moneymaker and that’s what's being jailed over.....bilking money out of the government for his money making scheme.

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  • Taylor13
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    I thought I was a wanna be soldier having little shootouts with my airsoft guns.. make this guy go to Iraq or something.

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  • Stormy
    started a topic 3 Years In Prison For Fake Decorated Combat Vet

    3 Years In Prison For Fake Decorated Combat Vet

    The scumbag.

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    MAN WHO LIED ABOUT MILITARY SERVICE SENTENCED
    TO THREE YEARS IN PRISON -- Randall Moneymaker
    goes to prison for embellishing a brief military career
    into that of a decorated combat veteran.




    Randall Moneymaker ... Just another phony.

    Man who lied about military service sentenced to 3 years in prison
    By Laurence Hammack

    Former Army serviceman Randall Moneymaker was sentenced to three years in prison today for embellishing a brief military career into that of a decorated combat veteran.

    Moneymaker is one of the growing number of "phony war heros" across the nation, Assistant U.S. Attorney Craig "Jake" Jacobsen said.

    "As the wars drag on in this country, you have more and more wannabes" who make claims of sacrifices never suffered and medals never earned, the prosecutor said.

    But unlike other imposters who seek only bragging rights or political gain, Moneymaker was motivated mostly by greed, the government contended — making false claims to collect more than $18,000 in disability and military benefits.

    Moneymaker was sentenced today by Judge James Turk following a trial in March in U.S. District Court in Roanoke.

    After hearing testimony that Moneymaker made up tales of firefights, Ranger missions and hundreds of parachute jumps, a jury convicted him of six charges of fraud and theft.

    Following today’s sentencing, Moneymaker was allowed to remain free on bond until he is ordered to report to prison, which will probably be in two or three months, his attorney said.

    http://vawatchdog.org/08/nf08/nfsep08/nf090608-2.htm
    Last edited by Stormy; 09-10-2008, 05:35 PM.

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