We first talked about Paul A. Schroeder back in February when he was busted for stealing valor as a PTS counselor for a local non-profit in Houston, the PTSD Foundation of America. After hearing his tales about all of his secret missions to Panama and Africa, the Houston Chonicle asked him to cough up some records, and he told them that his DD214 was secret. He told all of those tales of his daring-do, but his records were secret. He was indicted in June.
The Associated Press reports that Schroeder got a measly 30 days in prison. It took them ten months to sentence him to 30 days? Seriously?
A federal judge in Houston on Monday sentenced 41-year-old Paul A. Schroeder of Shenandoah for altering a military or naval discharge certificate.
They probably could have trumped up a littering charge and got him more time.
Category: Phony soldiers