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On September 21, 2007 Macbeth admitted in federal court that he had faked his war record. U.S. Attorney Jeffrey Sullivan declared that Macbeth had been in the Army for just 40 days and had been kicked out as unfit.
Jesse Adam Macbeth (b. Jesse Adam Al-Zaid, in 1984) falsely claimed to be an Army Ranger and veteran of the Iraq War. He lied in alternative media interviews that he and his unit routinely committed war crimes in Iraq. According to the U.S. Army, there is no record of Macbeth being a Ranger, or serving in a combat unit: he was discharged from the service after having been declared unfit or unsuitable for the Army, or both, before he could complete basic training.
After his release from the Army in 2004, Macbeth purported himself to be a veteran, ~ He joined Iraq Veterans Against the War in January of 2006, and represented, ~ them publicly at various events throughout the country; the organization has since said it does not endorse Macbeth or his accounts of military service.
modern usage, the term "dictator" is generally used to describe a leader who holds an extraordinary amount of personal power, especially the power to make laws without effective restraint by a legislative assembly.
Originally posted by Lexion
Jesus. Nice name.
May I ask why ?
Now, to the point.
You seem to like using
Any reason ?
Have you ever been in the
Have you ever been in combat ?
Have YOU, Sir ever had to make
THE choice ? Have YOU ever had
to choose to live or die ?
Until you do, I suggest you shut
the door on your ignorance.
You don't deny ignorance,
you, Sir spread it.
I don't speak of what I've seen or
done, and no good troop does.
Do you people see how they taint your soul black I mean really is it clear or am I just another idot and what I see isnt real.