Friday, May 16, 2008


Conning an active-duty, deployed soldier should be the equivalent of treason, and punishable by firing squad.
Aeren Nauman, a member of the Minnesota National Guard, returned to the Twin Cities after serving on active duty in Iraq from October, 2005, to Aug. 22, 2007. He soon discovered, he told police, that his father had allegedly used two forged powers-of-attorney forms to open bank accounts, establish lines of credit in his name and transfer the funds to accounts associated with Leonard Nauman.

Since it's his father, I think the firing squad should start with the feet.

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