- Published: Tuesday, 23 October 2012 13:08
23 October 2012
Master Sergeant CJ Grisham claims that he received a Bronze Star with V for combat in Iraq. His valorous conduct allegedly occurred in 2003. The following official record, which covers a timeframe extending into 2004, depicts no Bronze Star with V. Grisham refuses to clear up the contradiction by publishing his hypothetical citation.
Grisham recently stated in Glamour Magazine that he completed a combat tour in Afghanistan. This claim is false. He saw no combat in Afghanistan, and Grisham was sent home early after publicly claiming to suffer from mental problems. Grisham did not complete his tour. He abandoned his troops.
Grisham later deleted his internet writings about mental problems, and changed his story, claiming that he was involuntarily sent home for skin cancer. Cached versions of his original statements tell the true tale.
Grisham was subjected to several investigations both in Afghanistan, and previous to his deployment. Somehow, he retains his Top Secret clearance. Somehow, he retains his eligibility for promotion to higher rank.
The subject of the Glamour Magazine article was “dating frauds.” Grisham claims to have expertise in catching frauds.