Someone dropped a link on this article at our fan page last night, and Mary at POW Network sent it to us last night. In the article, he says his name is Timothy Oliver, but apparently, it’s really Gabryal Sansclair. I wouldn’t tell them my name either if I was going to tell tall tales like this;
A member of the unit commonly known as Delta Force, he said he hit the ground in Kandahar after a high-altitude jump with thousands of other specialized troops from different branches of service.
He recalls three days of intense “house-to-house urban warfare.”
“It was a lot of chaos and a lot of fear,” he said.
When the fighting ended and Marines arrived, he felt hopeful that a quick end to the war was possible. But he said commanders opted to fortify their position rather than advance, missing what he feels was a key opportunity to hobble the enemy early.
I’ve been in contact with the author of the story and she says that she’s sick over the fact that she allowed it to get to print. Of course, we’re working on getting his records, but in the interim, if anyone knows this ass monkey, we’d sure like to hear about his antics and what he really did in the military. Of course, it may be possible that he never served, like Leo Webb. Because that’s a pretty luxurious pony tail he’s got there, but it looks like he knows how to handle toy guns with a measure of expertise.
But mostly, I’m putting this post up so you guys don’t inundate me with mails about him and then think I’m ignoring you.
Category: Phony soldiers