Phony SEAL

| May 20, 2020 | 28 Comments

Well, presumably of the week. Meager times, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, but our friends at Military Phonies are doing as best as they can. Due diligence requires a clear document custody chain. Nothing posts without that. The few recently posted here were previously published in open media, like this.

Snake sends.

Local man sentenced for armed robberies

By Bill Hand

A New Bern man has been sentenced to eight years in prison, followed by a three-year supervised release for two armed robberies of New Bern convenience stores.

Kenneth Earl Moore, 49, first robbed the Five Points Mini Mart convenience store during the early morning hours of December 4, 2018. He wore a black mask and gloves and carried a black bag with distinctive markings. Pulling a gun on the clerk, he fled on foot with approximately $500 in cash.

A few weeks later he convinced a female co-defendant to help him commit another robbery, in exchange for drugs. Early on December 23, 2018, the co-defendant drove him to a Speedway convenience store in New Bern. Wearing the same mask and gloves, and carrying the same black bag, he pointed a gun at the clerk, took $622, then fled in the co-defendant’s car.

At his arraignment on September 19, 2019, Moore plead guilty but was allowed to remain in a substance abuse treatment program after claiming he had been a Navy Seal. Investigators later discovered that, while Moore did serve in the Navy as a machinist, he was never a Seal. He was forced to admit, at his sentencing, that he had lied about his service record.

Machinist Mate “A” School is nearly as grueling as SEAL training, right? Read the entire article here: New Berns Journal

Thanks, Snake.

Category: "Teh Stoopid", Navy Poser, Valor Vultures

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  1. Ret_25X says:

    what a butt nugget.

  2. FuzeVT says:

    $1122 for the years he’ll get in prison – hope it was worth it.

    Also, taking a crack head to assist you with a robbery. Can’t see how that could go wrong.

  3. Cummins says:

    Neighbor’s husband got 17 years for armed robbery and attendant who was being robbed to him “get lost.” Mind you, he was using an AirSoft gun.
    Good ole NJ.

  4. 5th/77th FA says:

    We can rest assured that the phony seal Kenneth Earl Moore will get a “New Burn” from the gang in cell block A for the next 8 years. Bubba and the boyz will show him how to make a proper “seal” on a man meat sammich.

    We appreciate the attention to detail and due diligence that MP goes thru to document the phonies. We can wait very patiently. As Unka David (Crockett) used to say…”Be sure you’re right…Then go ahead.”

  5. Another phony leaving a bad mark on the Snipe/Engineering Dept community.

  6. Ex-PH2 says:

    I did not know that the SEAL school recruits wrench jockeys. I thought they were mostly good for turning screws and replacing cranks.

    I have been enlightened.

  7. 26Limabeans says:

    Geez, for a minute there I thought it was Monday.

  8. E4 Mafia '83-'87 says:

    BUDS to Armed Robbery…I don’t think so. No soup for you, next!

  9. Combat Historian says:

    This genius will soon clap like a seal for Julio, Thor, and Tiny…

  10. A Proud Infidel®™ says:

    THAT DUMBSHIT is gonna be “the little piggy” for Bubba, Thor, Julio and “Tiny Tyrone” on many a shower session…

  11. SFC D says:

    A real SEAL would’ve done a much better job of planning and execution.

  12. Hack Stone says:

    Phil Monkress of All Points Logistics weeps for the shame that this miscreant has brought to the Phony US Navy SEAL community.

  13. Hack Stone says:

    He should have no problem securing employment as a butcher when he is released from prison, since he will have a lot of experience smoking sausages.

  14. marinedad61 says:

    UPDATE on January 25, 2020 TAH story:
    Scranton man sentenced for stolen valor.
    [SCRANTON, Pa. — A man from Scranton will serve at least
    six years in prison for stealing from veterans.

    Christopher Crawford must also pay back more than $16,000 he stole from an American Legion in Scranton.

    Crawford also claimed he was injured by a bomb in Iraq,
    but he actually deserted a few weeks into boot camp.

    He’s the first person to be prosecuted under the new (PA) law
    that makes lying about military service a felony.]

    https://www.wnep.com/article/news/local/lackawanna-county/scranton-man-sentenced-for-stolen-valor/523-2beb6d78-5721-4197-9fab-a334405cf721

  15. MCPO USN says:

    Failure as a Sailor and a human.

    49 year old starting a new career as a guest of a federal prison. May his future existence be brief.

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