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Veteran's fake military record raises questions about charity where he worked

Discussion in 'Military News' started by kwflatbed, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. kwflatbed

    kwflatbed MassCops Angel Staff Member

    A veteran’s fake military record is raising questions about the charity he served, the Houston Chronicle reports.
    Paul Schroeder claimed he shot and killed a machete-wielding child during a secret mission in Rwanda, and said he earned a Silver Star, Purple Heart and Combat Infantryman’s Badge, among other decorations.
    Last week, Schroeder confessed to the paper that he had embellished his record.
    In reality, he served 10 years as a military policeman in New York, Texas and Panama before leaving the military in 2001.


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  2. corsair

    corsair Guest

    Another loser that should be charged under the Stolen Valor Act, the worst part is that he actually served the military honorably for 10 years, but that wasn't enough for him to be involved with the charity he had to be a Decorated War Hero. There are men and woman fighthing and dying for this country every day and people like Schroeder dishonor the sacrifices made by real American Heroes.
     

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