Man sent to prison for false claims of military heroism

11/7/2012 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

A Missouri businessman has been sentenced to seven years in prison for falsely claiming to be the recipient of three Silver Stars and three Purple Hearts in order to win federal contracts set aside for disabled vets. The man was also ordered to hand over a book in which he had recorded a list of wartime sniper kills that never actually occurred.

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