Latest "stolen-valor" stories
Montana high court cancels parole conditions in stolen valor case
The two men appealed the conditions last year. American Civil Liberties Union of Montana had called the conditions degrading and unconstitutional.
California man posing as a combat-injured Marine found guilty for receiving $195,000 in medical benefits
A California man who falsely claimed to be a combat-injured Marine with two Purple Hearts so he could receive medical and housing benefits was sentenced federal prison on Thursday.
By Jared Morgan
Army veteran gets 12 months prison time for stolen valor
Gregg Ramsdell, 61, will also receive three years of supervised release and will have to repay $76,000 to the VA.
By Kyle Rempfer
The man behind pro wrestling legend Sgt. Slaughter tells stories of combat tours in Vietnam. But he never served
“I was basically just infantry, you know, just making sure all the grunts didn’t AWOL on us, keep ‘em all in line."
Army veteran faces federal prison time, fines for Stolen Valor and lying about PTSD
An Army vet claimed $76,000 in benefits before he was caught lying about his service record and having PTSD.
By Todd South