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Stolen Valor Arrests

Society tips by Donald K.. Burleson

April 2010

To protect the integrity of the US Military, President Bush signed the Stolen Valor Act of 2005 into law on December 20, 2006. Since that time, it’s sad that there have only been a few arrests.


I detest posers of all kinds, but I especially hate fake military heroes, the lowest form of poser scum. My father was a disabled veteran who practically lived in a VA hospital, and during my visits I was lucky enough to chat with real-deal heroes.

The Stolen Valor Act is America's revenge against those small-dicked losers who wear medal they did not earn, and the FBI needs to step-up arrests. It’s time to stop allowing cowardly pricks who disgrace our real American heroes.

I understand that the FBI thinks that fighting posers is not as important as fighting terrorism, but I was hoping to find more than a handful of arrests under the Stolen Valor act.

If you know anyone who has made false claims of valor, contact the FBI immediately and report it to the powned network.

The pown Network web site has a list of heroes or villains? and they are tracking arrests under the Stolen valor act. It turns out that a lot of the stolen valor arrests are old men with very small dicks, like Curtis Barger below:

The guys at powned network are my heroes, volunteers who are working hard to expose stolen valor.

Recent arrests under the Stolen Valor Act

This page lists arrests under the Stloen Valor Act and it highlights those caes that have been prosecuted under the Stolen valor act.

Our first douchebag is Rees Barr. Here he is wearing a fake distinguished service medal, a phony silver star and a fake bronze star:

Below is a a retired Coast Guard asswipe (Tom Barnhart), posing as a Navy Seal . He pleaded guilty to two counts of violating the Stolen Valor Act for pretending to have been awarded the Silver Star.

There have been more poser arrests, like this dirtbag poser Marine like crapbag Rick Glen Strandlof, arrested by the FBI for posing as a Marine

And this asswipe, David V. Weber, a lowly staff sergeant, posing as a general, wearing a fake legion or merit and a fake purple heart:

The Stolen Valor act should also include generals and presidents, like MacArthur who got an undeserved medal of honor (for an act of cowardice at Bataan) and gave himself a distinguished flying cross for a single plane ride in Korea:

MacArthur also gave LBJ a Silver Star for taking a single airplane ride, and the disgusting president wore it proudly on his suit lapel!

Stolen Valor: Still at large

On the most wanted list, we start with Michael Patrick McManus, a criminal who is still at-large, changed with violating the Stolen valor Act.

What a dirtbag, a homosexual posing as a Army hero.  He was never a Lt. Col, he was a private!



The First Amendment and the Stolen Valor Act

With all of the court cases about the Stolen Valor Act, we see cowards claiming their First Amendment rights to pretend to be military heroes, we just need to look to the founding fathers for guidance.
Severe Punishment - Show no mercy to valor stealers
George Washington invented the first US military medal (The Purple Heart) and was crystal clear about there being a severe punishment for posers. By severe, George was referring to death by hanging, and he viewed posers as being as bad as deserters and traitors:

“Should any who are not entitled to these honors have the insolence to assume the badges of them they shall be severely punished" - George Washington

Judges need to start imposing the maximum sentences for Stolen Valor, no excuses, show no mercy.
Support the stolen valor act and encourage judges to impose the maximum prison terms for those who dishonor real American heroes.




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