KXTV tells the story of their encounter with this fellow, Case Gubert who told them that he was getting booted from his apartment because of a service dog that he needed to deal with the horrors that he witnessed in war;
Casey shared with us stories of when he went to Afghanistan and Iraq. He said he even received a Purple Heart. The next day we got a call from a woman who claimed she’s known Casey for most of his life and said he lied about being a veteran.
We took a letter the couple claims to have given the property manager and showed the VA Medical Center. At first glance a spokesperson told us it looked real until she confronted the doctor who is listed. She told us the letter is not an official document from the VA Northern California Health Care System, nor is the signature on the document from one of their physicians.
After confronting the couple, they stand by what they said in the previous ABC10 interview. They said they gave us documentation, which the VA tells us is a forgery. We’ve asked several more times for them to talk with us again or if they have any other documents proving his service or even pictures. So far, we’ve received nothing.
It’s always the dogs, I swear.
So they interview this real veteran, Kirsten Rockwood, a pharmacy technician in the early 1990’s who has a real service dog. How a Navy pharmacy technician caught the PTSD in the early 90s, I’ll never understand. Maybe they should just give everyone a service dog with their DD214.
Thanks to AverageNCO for the link.
Category: Phony soldiers