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Wed May 20, 5:04 pm ET DENVER – A man accused of fabricating an identity as a former Marine captain who served in Iraq and was at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, is being investigated by the FBI for possible fraud. The Denver FBI office said Wednesday that investigators want to hear from people who gave money to 31-year-old Richard Strandlof, who used the name Rick Duncan. The FBI says Strandlof may have falsely represented himself to obtain money. No charges have been filed. Strandlof founded the Colorado Veterans Alliance in 2007. The group voted to disband after accusing him of falsifying his identity. A phone listing for Strandlof could not be found. The Marines have said they have no record of Strandlof or Duncan serving in their ranks.
Originally posted by Alora
I've been following this story as closely as I can. It is pretty crazy all the stuff this former mental patient has been able to do. But I've never read where he actually got into the Pentagon on 9/11. Just because he says he was there, doesn't mean he was. He also claims to be a former marine captain, too. And that has proven to be false.