While fraud Marine receives no punishment
Ryan Lonegran has served in the National Guard for eight years and spent two years fighting in Iraq. He’s now a student at George Williams College in Wisconsin, working on his Masters Degree in social work. Ryan wants to help veterans.
One day last week he was approached by a man claiming to be a Marine officer. Ryan could tell immediately that something was off, and as the conversation continued, he was sure of it.
Ryan wasn’t going to put up with anyone disrespecting his fellow comrades in arms, so he called the guy out.
What happened to Ryan next is just un-American.
Read this shocking story below and watch the video interview as Ryan describes exactly what happened
Over the past few days, Ryan Lonergan has spent less time than usual at George Williams College.
“They banned me from campus unless I have class,” said Lonergan.
It is school policy for students awaiting a disciplinary hearing. Lonergan,… says his offense was loudly confronting another student he said was lying about serving in the military.
“For someone to steal the integrity of what men and women do for this country, it’s un-American and I wasn’t going to have it,” said Lonergan.
In the cafeteria last Tuesday, Lonergan says the other student approached him and told stories of his time as an officer in the Marines. Lonergan says he knew something was off when the other student couldn’t answer a basic navigation question…
…”My voice was raised. I said some expletives to him,” said Lonergan.
But Lonergan said he was surprised to receive a letter from the school notifying him it had set a judicial hearing for an alleged case of disorderly conduct.
Lonergan says he likes his school and is hoping they will understand why he confronted the other student.
Source Fox 6 News