Phillip Dale Monkress; phony SEAL in FL

| May 9, 2013

The discussion on Monkress has moved here.

Editor’s Note: Monkress needed a bump up to the top. His lawyer is sending threatening letters to our friends and I guess she decided after a phone call with me, that her threats would only be a day’s welcomed distraction. Someone is walking the halls of Congress with Monkress’ DD214 today asking questions. I’ve added some more evidence that Monkress called himself a Navy SEAL, which seems to be their defense these days, that he never said he was a SEAL. So Lori Benton of Ford & Harrison, Attorneys at Law, you know our number.

Someone sent us some information on Phillip Dale Monkress who was outed late last year by POW Network as a phony SEAL, but he’s still rockin’ the lie, so it’s time to call out the pitchfork brigade. Here’s picture of him in his motorcycle club, the US Military Veterans’ Motorcycle Club;

Notice the Trident peaking out from his vest? Well, here are his records;

Aside from the fact that Captain Larry Bailey, a real SEAL, says there’s no record of Monkress in the system, his records don’t mention BUD/S, well, unless a Computer System Maintenance Technician is the same as a SEAL in Navy talk. Here are his assignments;

He’s the CEO and president of “All-Points Logistics” in Titusville, FL, and according to the screenshots at POW Network, he works with US government contracts and claims he’s a Native-American. I wonder if that is even true, as well, since clearly, he wasn’t a SEAL. Someone at the DVA OIG ought to check on his claims of being a 100% disabled veteran, too.

ADDED: It seems the lawyers are trying to make the point that Monkress never called himself a SEAL, but here’s a page from the Brevard Business News which reprints a slide presentation in their publication;

Monkress APL ad
And an alert reader found a Florida Today article behind a pay wall. Scroll down and you’ll see where the article calls Monkress a Navy SEAL. Where’d the reporter get that idea?

Florida Today Monkress article
Here’s an ad that BBN ran in their publication about a business conference. But Monkress never claimed to be a SEAL, right?


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  1. Green Thumb says:

    When feeling blue of having been challenged and called out on his Native American, SEAL and Law Enforcement claims, Commander Phil Monkress of All-Points Logistics (who vehemently avoids such calls) plays this song to reassure his sorry ass that he is still a professional at something….

  2. Green Thumb says:

    Phildo (The False Commander Phil Monkress of All-Points Logistics) is giving up smoking cigarettes this year for his New Year’s resolution.

    He is moving on to poles.

    As is the “Big Turd” Keith Keeton.

    Who would have thought?

  3. Green Thumb says:

    When you check with Commander Phil Monkress’ senior staff at All-Points Logistics they continue to say that they do not know him.

    No shit.

    Check out the new website and their involvement with the SSA and the FBI.

    Seems to be a lot of conventions but not a lot of contracts.

    Protest denied.

  4. Green Thumb says:

    As those contracts continue to be “challenged” and “dropped”, I feel that I need to give a shout out to Commander Phil Monkress at All-Points Logistics.

    In spite of his false Navy SEAL, fake Native American and asinine Law Enforcement claims (for personal gain) and getting dropped from his poser-embracing MC, he and his felonious senior staff not only continue to blame Paul-mer (of the Ballsack) Wickre, but keep digging in to support their phony CEOI and their collective access to the “APL ATM Machine”.

    Here you go APL losers:

    • Hack Stone says:

      Why are you always busting Phil’s balls. If it wasn’t for his fake claims of being a Navy SEAL, it would never have made this blog, and therefor we never would know what losers we are and how important lucky sperm is to your future success. Now, if you will excuse me, I have an appointment with a psychic to see if we can locate Elaine Ricci.