Ok, so let me understand this correctly then: Mick Strider, who's military career isn't what he said it was, who can't keep his story straight about his injuries, who makes claims repeatedly that don't bear up under scrutiny, is just some dude who has his shortcomings, and we shouldn't hold him "accountable" for his actions. Let he who is without sin, cast the first stone, right? Yet, you yourself in the past threads, have made it abundantly clear that you are taking your business (previously done with 1SKS) elsewhere, and apparrently encourage others to do the same, because I had the audacity to collect all this in one spot. Apparrently, I should be punished and am not worthy of doing business with for saying "hey, these stories don't add up" and showing why? I'm called a "snitch"? So, I should pay a price, even though I'm not the one who actually did anything wrong? For that matter, I've seen repeated calls for boycotting Cold Steel because of this, but that people should "buy American!" instead, because somehow it's an "American" value to misrepresent your credentials? To not tell the truth? Your own example shows that people not even directly involved in Tillman's death will be paying the price for the actions of their subordinates. That is the nature of accountability. Tell me, why the double standard? For that matter, why can't anyone answer my very simple question: When is it ok to lie about your military career? When is it ok to steal valor from those who served?