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Special Forces Arrest

Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by bci21984, May 25, 2011.


  1. bci21984

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    had in custody a member of the "SOG" special forces group this morning. the funny part of the story is that he was born in 1980. "SOG" is listed as being "disbanded" in 1972. one phone call to Army CID at Ft. Hood solidified the belief that he was/is full of bull feces.


    watching his eyes :wow: when i put the CID phone call on speaker at booking was priceless.
     

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  2. Kadetklapp

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    Turd. They are everywhere, I'm afraid.
     

  3. jpa

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    Maybe he meant that his mother was impregnated by a former SOG member?
     
  4. msu_grad_121

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    He was probably just SO super secret, that he couldn't tell you what he was REALLY doing. And he was shocked at your audacity for calling him on his cover story. Yeah, that's it...
     
  5. DaBigBR

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    I would have gone the other way with it. Told him that CID had instructed you to shoot him on sight.
     
  6. dsa1115

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    These BS artists should all be arrested. Ever since the Bin Laden raid, it's amazing how many guys are coming out of the woodwork claiming to be either SEALS OR former SEALS. No shortage of frauds.
     
  7. Detectorist

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    True story:

    Up until at least the mid 1980's, Reservists and National Guard personnel could become SF qualified mostly through correspondence courses.
     
  8. blueiron

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    Phoenix had a USAR reserve M/I detachment that was part of a SF group. A number of cops did that program and joined once active SF troopies in that detachment.

    Once jump school and the basic course was out of the way, the SF mail it in program kicked in, IIRC.
     
  9. blueiron

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    They are more discriminating than that.
     
  10. Peace Frog

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    :rofl:
    Man you just blew his cover as a CIA SAD NSA FBI DNI US Marshall Fugitive Task Force undercover agent...You're in trouble now...:rofl:

    BTW you near Ft.Hood?I'm out here by Stillhouse Lake if'n you want to shoot some Class III's sometime give me a holler!
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  11. mrsurfboard

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    And I was never here...
     
  12. Kadetklapp

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    Well that explains some of what I've seen....:whistling:
     
  13. Hack

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    So, the former wanna be SEAL, (fraud), can be handed over to the VA for processing. As a looney tunes!
     
  14. CJStudent

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    We have two ARNG SF groups; the 19th and 20th. I know a few people in the 20th, and even with it being ARNG, and not all of them being fully SF-certified (the units around here are support units; maroon berets instead of green), they still have more sense than that.

    Good job on busting a tool; it's idiots like that that give real soldiers, sailors, airmen, and even jarheads a bad name.
     
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    I hooked a guy for drunk driving in late 2006 or early 2007. HSLD Army Ranger home for the week between missions. Told me all about how they were issued Glock pistols and Tasers and ASP batons and so on and so forth.
     
  16. Dragoon44

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    The real ones generally don't mention it.

    Had a whacked out Vietnam vet try to kill me once. Didn't find out till later he had been a "Lurp".
     
  17. Dukeboy01

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    No one I arrest ever claims that they spent their time in the military working in the mess hall, rebuilding Humvee transmissions, or digging latrines...
     
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  18. OldCurlyWolf

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    187th of the 101st?

    :shocked:
     
  19. CJStudent

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    That's because those of us that do that kind of stuff don't like to brag and all ;)
     
  20. redbrd

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    It is unlawful with some pretty stiff penalties to claim to be SF, Ranger, Seal... under the stolen valor act. He should be charged and humiliated.