We were sent Stephen Sanders, by a fellow Green Beret that saw his claims of "Joining Special Forces" and that he went on 3 different Top Secret missions.
When the GB asked him (giving him the chance to clarify what he actually meant), Stephen Sanders replied. "He went Special Forces too"
The GB asked him if he was "Trained to kill as a 92Y"... He responded "He went Special Forces too"
Meaning, not only was he a 92Y, he also went Special Forces. He then added he Shot Expert and was Expert in Bayonet.
Here's the problem with those statements:
1: He said he joined Special Forces.
2: When given the chance to correct himself, he said he went Special Forces also (too). He doubled down and added expert shot and Expert bayonet.
3: He went on not 1, not 2, but 3 TOP SECRET MISSIONS. That's a comical statement. He was a 92Y PV1. He had ZERO security clearance
Those statements surpass ludicrous.
In our phone conversation that you can listen to here Stephen Sanders Phone Call, he tries to backtrack and spin the dialog that he was taken out of context.
He was given a chance to change his tune and doubled down. He added he was expert in the Bayonet and that it would show in his records... It did NOT.
We got his records back and it turns out he wasn't even Airborne. Another claim he made in our phone call with him.
After he was questioned by some real Green Berets, he tried to say he had a chance to get his Ranger Scroll... Again a bogus statement. He could have gotten it in an enlistment contract and earned his Ranger Tab.
After we posted the article, he sent us a voicemail. You can here it here: Stephen Sanders Response
Stephen Sanders, you'll now be added to guardiansofthegreenberet.com hall of fakes, frauds, and phonies. Also in the "Those not worth our time" section.