Monday, May 21, 2007

Phony Soldier Charged With Making Up Claims of Atrocities in Iraq

This idiot is too weak to survive in the Army, so he makes up lies to justify his existence. I see him as a worthless piece of trash. Too many today think that the world, or at least America, owes them because their parents could not figure out how to use a condom. If we are going to have abortion in the world, let us open it up and abort worthless trash like this as well as the innocents who have not had a chance to prove their worth.

Too many talk about their rights. The right to this that and everything they can think of. This guy thinks that the US Government owes him, so he pulled these stupid and obscene scams. People always hear about their rights. They even have new rights made up all the time! What is not hear of is responsibility. Every right has a responsibility! I wish more people understood this. I know I do and so do the people I associate with. Life is not free. Freedom is not free. Life and freedoms both mean taking responsibility for your actions and for yourself.

Life in prison will let this guy be free to have all the stupid "rights" he can claim. Of course, his stupid whiny self will probably become someones sex toy within hours. Let him whine about that all he wants. What a worthless piece of trash. I hope he is a better piece of ... - Phony Soldier Charged With Making Up Claims of Atrocities in Iraq - Politics | Republican Party | Democratic Party | Political Spectrum: "A man who tried to position himself as a leader of the anti-war movement by claiming to have participated in war crimes while serving in Iraq is facing federal charges of falsifying his record.

Jesse Adam Macbeth, 23, formerly of Phoenix, garnered attention on blogs and in some alternative media after he began claiming in 2005 to have been awarded a Purple Heart for his service, which he said included slaughtering innocents in a Fallujah mosque. His story was contradicted by his discharge form, showing that he was kicked out of the Army after six weeks at Fort Benning, Ga., in 2003 because of his “entry level performance and conduct.”

A complaint unsealed Friday in U.S. District Court in Seattle charged him with one count of using or possessing a forged or altered military discharge certificate, and one count of making false statements in seeking benefits from the Veterans Administration."

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