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Joel Eric Lisson; yet another SF phony

Team Sergeant from Professional Soldiers sent us some stuff he got from someone who was curious about someone they knew who was telling some tall tales; He states [he] was at Fort Bragg and Hawaii, also was a “wilderness survival” instructor as the JFK Special Warfare Center and School. As well as special ‘classified’ missions […]
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