Saturday, May 22, 2010

North Carolina old man charged with impersonating a Marine General

Update 5/30/2010: PFC Hamilton has appeared in court, using an insanity defense!

I have notes showing that stolen valor is an epidenic, and as the son of a real decorated combat veteran, I'm beyond disgusted at hero posers.

The Stolen Valor act provides stiff prison terms for those who dare pose a military heroes, and this creep Michael Hamilton of Richlands North Carolina should go to jail for a long, long time.

A legend in his own mind - Phoney Marine General

Listen to this asswipe, a disgrace to America. He was a Goddamn private, the FBI proved it, and he still insists that he was a Lt. General and then a Colonel:

Private Michael Hamilton, former Lt. general poser, now only posing as a Marine Colonel

This buttwipe has disgraced the Armed Forces before and got off with a slap on the wrist:

“It’s the second time he’s attempted to pass himself off as a high ranking officer: Hamilton was previously convicted of altering a military ID card to represent himself as a three-star general.”

The last time this lying sack of crap Mike Hamilton was convicted, he was posing as a Lt. General and he only got a slap on the wrist.

It’s about time that the Federal Judges started taking the Stolen Valor act seriously and start handing out more stiff prison sentences. Mike Hamilton belongs in prison.