Veterans Respond to Supreme Court Ruling on Stolen Valor

After a recent Supreme Court ruling, anyone is free under the First Amendment to make the claim that they have won a Medal of Honor for Valor, whether it's true or not. Some military veterans consider the ruling a slap in the face, but others think the court made the right decision.
July 2, 2012

After a recent Supreme Court ruling, anyone is free under the First Amendment to make the claim that they have won a Medal of Honor for Valor, whether it's true or not. Some military veterans consider the ruling a slap in the face, but others think the court made the right decision.

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