Marines Confront A Man That Poses As A Fake Sergeant Major
(theblaze.com) - A new video posted on Facebook Sunday appears to show two U.S. Marines confronting a man who they believe to be impersonating a military veteran. In the video, the Marines are friendly at first as they ask the man where he served as well as other details about his military service. The man identifies himself as a "sergeant major," a military policeman, and a special forces operator. However, the Marines grew very suspicious with his answers and eventually called the guy out.
"You know that's called false valor? It is a federal crime for you to be wearing that uniform," one of the Marines tells the alleged impersonator.
"No it's not," the man shoots back. "You can get out my face right now... because I'm a military officer as well."
When the Marines asked him where his "MP" card is, he claimed it was in his car. He never concedes that he is not who he says he is.
Good for these Marines to confront this piece of crap. Why do people think it is a good idea to impersonate a member of the military?