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An argument that turned violent in downtown San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter and left one man hospitalized and another in police custody apparently erupted over claims of stolen military valor on the eve of Veterans Day, it was reported Friday.
The argument between the 30-year-old victim and 42-year-old suspect Marc Dominguez began about 11:40 p.m. Thursday at a bar in the 600 block of Fifth Avenue, San Diego police Officer Robert Heims said.
An Army uniform worn by Dominguez that appeared “a little off” with an upside down rank and other irregularities sparked the argument, said Edward Villalobos, a military veteran. Villalobos said he and the victim, a current member of the U.S. military, confronted Dominguez over the apparent act of “stolen valor.”
“The argument turned physical and the suspect cut the victim several times with a knife,” Heims said.
Notice in the picture, it is a SOG knife, video gamers buy these, especially at Walmart, thinking they are what military and special forces use. roflmfao
Police identified Dominguez as the suspect and arrested him on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, Heims said. Jail records showed he was booked into the San Diego Central Jail just before 3 a.m. today and was being held on $30,000 bail, with arraignment set for next Wednesday, WKSB reported.
Police have not confirmed the suspected attacker’s identity as far as, if he has served in the Army.
The unidentified victim was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not expected to be life-threatening, Heims said.
To the Army soldier recovering from knife wounds, take your Motrin, change your socks and hydrate. Honestly, there are far easier ways to get out of a detail!
In today’s society, especially on social media, “NavySealRangerGreenBeretOperator Delta Commando’s” are everywhere. They all have the same dumbass lines and tell people, “I cannot talk about my service, it’s classified Black Ops.”
Yes, these idiots play video games and all of a sudden think they can pull off being in the military and convince people that they are the elite of the world’s military.
Should Stolen Valor be punishable by law? Why should the tax payers have to fork over their hard earned cash to cover a lengthy court proceeding and then cover the expense of confinement for these fakes?
The way I look at it is simple, they should be sent to the military and earn their way, make them lace up and see for themselves the dailies of being a soldier.
These are people who are Fans of the Greatest Game on earth. Battle! They know more about a lot of military shit than I do. And I was in for 8 years.
If they happen to get a few ribbons out of place, who cares, is it really worth having to argue and taking up your time? What it says to me is that they wish that they could have been a soldier but because they failed the entry test, they play games, re-enact and collect posters at the fair. They are the clingy folks who just want to hang. The Greatest form of flattery is Imitation!
I know a lot of Vets that truly feel the way I do, it is something that I am not going to dedicate my time and energy into giving a flying monkey FoxtrotUniformCharlieKilo about.
Why? Because for the most part, these wannabe soldiers are doing it for chasing tail or because they cry every time they look in the mirror, because what they see lacks valor, integrity, honor, courage and the ability to decipher if they have a penis or a vagina.
The ones who use stolen valor for financial means, to steal and deceive innocent civilians into donating to them or their cause, they are true maggots and the ones who should be publicly disgraced and water-boarded.
Honestly, it is a heavy subject within the military community as well, half want to flog and burn the fakes and the rest of us, want to watch them wrestle unicorns and place bets on it as we laugh and take shots of Don Julio Tequila.
AFF’s Huny Badger is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.
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