Stolen Valor criminal back in jail

| November 16, 2011

COB6 wrote about Brian Culp nearly three years ago when he was convicted of violations of the Stolen Valor Act and forgery of a military ID card. It seems you can’t keep a good criminal down according to My San Antonio;

Probation officers are seeking to revoke the supervised release of Culp, 41, saying he violated probation on a nine-month jail sentence, part of which he served. They allege he failed to inform the office that he was moving, failed to show up for at least one mental-health treatment session, and failed to meet in person with his probation officer as required.

The judge remanded Culp back into custody and forwarded his case for a final revocation hearing before U.S. Magistrate Judge John Primomo — who had given Culp a break in the past before sending him to jail in August 2010 after Culp failed to follow orders of the probation office.

Primomo sentenced Culp in 2009 to three years of probation, but Culp disobeyed his probation officers and was kicked out of a halfway house for insolence, lying, intimidation and other misbehavior. That resulted in Primomo handing him a nine-month jail sentence.

Good for Culp – he’s not letting the Man keep him down. We need more Stolen Valor criminals to demonstrate why they need to be tossed in the hoosegow. In fact, authorities can send me the key for safe keeping.

Category: Phony soldiers

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  1. Flagwaver says:

    Now, now. Tell the truth. By safe keeping you mean enshrining it in a nice little metal box and tossing it into the deepest trench in the ocean, right?

  2. Ryan says:

    Does anybody know of his actual military service? I think I served with that guy in 2004/2005 at Benning.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I’m glad they suffer.
    I love it. And you can all die.