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Army Spokesman John Boyce Claims Macbeth Never Served; Mainstream 2003 Newspaper Account Differs
The controversy over the veracity of the Jesse Macbeth video leaves many unanswered questions..
25 May 2006
By Greg Szymanski
The video remained in circulation for a short time, before the site at www.peacefilms.org was replaced with a huge blue globe of the earth, some observers saying the globe was symbolic of the New World Order.
The internet Gazette picked up the story first tracking down an Army source who released a statement, saying Macbeth never served in the military. The story quoted Army spokesman John Boyce, who said:
"Initial research by the U.S. Army Special Operations Command at Fort Bragg shows no Soldier with the name of Jesse Macbeth having ever been assigned to the Special Forces or the Army Rangers -- which are, in fact, two separate disciplines.
"This appears to be some sort of hoax. No Soldier by that name at Fort Lewis to our knowledge, in the past, either.
Originally posted by Sauron
Well it looks like he has lied from what the Army has said. That is of course, if the Army is telling the truth?
I'm sure Macbeth can prove he served.