Stolen Valor, a $200.00 fine to live a lie in Illinois
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Jerry Sullivan · 3 years ago
I COULDN'T HELP NOTICE... the National Defense Ribbon is his highest award! One bad MoFo, for sure!
Jerry Sullivan · 4 years ago
Burkett and Bailey are two of the living warriors I admire most. My involvement with them, modest as it has been, is always rewarding as both are impeccable straight shooters and proud Americans... OORAHHH!!!!
Micky M · 4 years ago
I have seen stores that post bounced checks of customers that don't make their overdrafts good.. Maybe a wall of shame for those guilty of stolen valor would get the word out on those guilty.
Jonathan O · 4 years ago
Only $200 fine for fraud?
Pat G2 · 4 years ago
The Gov. of Illinois signed a bill that fines a person $200 for getting tangible benefits from pretending to be a veteran. There is already a federal law against that and it carries a sentence of a year in prison. That seems like a better sentence for someone whose stolen valor includes receiving money and benefits meant for our real vets!
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