Old 10-09-2008, 16:18   #61
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Well, good ol Phil is still at it. I recieved an email from the BN CDR that got this piece of sh*t out of his BN, and Phil went to the Dallas JAG office and filed a complaint against the BN CDR for kicking him off of North Fort Hood. More to follow guys.
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Old 10-09-2008, 18:18   #62
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Well, good ol Phil is still at it. I recieved an email from the BN CDR that got this piece of sh*t out of his BN, and Phil went to the Dallas JAG office and filed a complaint against the BN CDR for kicking him off of North Fort Hood. More to follow guys.
Something is missing here.

IIRC, the JAG does not receive complaints from soldiers against their chain of command.

Administrative matters may be referred to the IG, criminal complaints go to the CID.

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Old 10-09-2008, 18:42   #63
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We need to conact the writers of Boston Legal and give them the story line of the year. Denny Crain would live to take on Phil
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Old 10-14-2008, 13:36   #64
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Flash Report on our boy Phil

This just in from an anonymous (A1) source.....

Hi,

I found your forum while Googling “Phil Haberman”. I’m not a member of the SF community, so I don’t plan on registering. But I do have some more information about Haberman to share with you.

CPL Haberman came to Ft. Hood in late August, assigned as an IRR Soldier to a deploying unit.

USARC contacted us 24SEP about him being on post and needing to be removed, so it appears Big Army is on the lookout for Haberman.

We contacted his unit S-1. His unit took his ID card and escorted him off post. I don’t know where HMass18Z’s involvement fits in with the timing, it’s possible that they both occurred simultaneously.

After he left, IG finally came looking for him – two or three days after the fact.

Ft. Hood AG requested that Haberman return to military control while they decided what to do with him. It appears that at least one of his many National Guard enlistments may not have been terminated correctly and may still be active in the system.

As of right now (141400OCT08) Haberman is here on Ft. Hood. He is pending release from duty, hopefully through yet another OTH discharge.

The big shame in this whole mess is that Haberman keeps enlisting, using his legal name and correct Social Security Number. It’s not like he uses a fake name or SSN when he reenlists, nor shows up for duty as a civilian pretending to be military with faked orders. I’ve seen copies of some of his enlistment contracts and he marked himself as prior service, so nothing fraudulent there. The blame for this mess rests equally on the National Guard recruiters that are so desperate to get bodies to sign that they don’t do due diligence.

Haberman is currently driving a red Mustang Cobra with Florida “US Paratrooper” plates, so he must have gotten rid of the “Combat Wounded Veteran” plates. He tiptoes on the edge of the law, stretching the truth to its extreme without breaking it.

Best regards & thanks for what you have done and are doing.
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:09   #65
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This is the latest update that I have received concerning Poser Phil:

Well he has finally been broken, old Phil Habermann. The Hood MOB BDE called him back to Fort Hood after he went to Dallas and made an IG complaint with the JAG. The MOB BDE processed him out of the army with a DD220, civilian performance while in the 100th, started collection action on him for $7,000 of back pay, took him to the front gates and sent him on his way. Every system in the Department of Defense now has a block and a flag on him and there are criminal proceedings pending on the recruiter in Las Vegas that assisted in getting him back in to the Army. This should put a final stamp on him coming into the service but won’t prevent him from being the big league faker that his is. Keep an eye out for him and let me know where he next appears.
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:24   #66
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This is the latest update that I have received concerning Poser Phil:

Well he has finally been broken, old Phil Habermann. The Hood MOB BDE called him back to Fort Hood after he went to Dallas and made an IG complaint with the JAG. The MOB BDE processed him out of the army with a DD220, civilian performance while in the 100th, started collection action on him for $7,000 of back pay, took him to the front gates and sent him on his way. Every system in the Department of Defense now has a block and a flag on him and there are criminal proceedings pending on the recruiter in Las Vegas that assisted in getting him back in to the Army. This should put a final stamp on him coming into the service but won’t prevent him from being the big league faker that his is. Keep an eye out for him and let me know where he next appears.
Great news....

The problem is he is like a Cockroach ... The Bomb is dropped and he will crawl out and keep being a pain in someones side.
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Old 11-10-2008, 11:50   #67
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LOL, great news......

phil haberman you pathetic fraud, what do you have to say for yourself now? You going to get a restraining order against the Army?

Great job gent's.

One down a few thousand to go.....

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Old 06-04-2009, 10:39   #68
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phil haberman, you're at it again!!!!! You need some serious jail time......

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I guess I shouldn't be suprised at Poser Phil, his sad, pathetic life is just one lie after another. I agree, he needs some serious jail time. You would think sooner or later he would learn his lesson, but then again, we are talking about Poser Phil.
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Old 06-04-2009, 12:32   #70
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This guy is f**ken nuts! ....... He's headed for jail and they'll catch up with him sooner or later........ Can you imagine the BS stories he'll have for his fellow inmates,about his heroic past in SF during his time in the sand box ....... Maybe he'll even wear his medals...... If we find out when he's captured and where they send him we can bust his ass again only they'll be no place for him to hide.........

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Old 06-04-2009, 13:12   #71
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Phil can tell his fellow inmates all his SF stories and then he'll find out how many other former SF, former SEALS and other Special Ops guys are in prison with him too. Should be some great conversations between them all telling BS stories about the sh!t they all did.
Then after all his tall tales and stories, his jailhouse nickname could be "Topper".
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Phil can tell his fellow inmates all his SF stories and then he'll find out how many other former SF, former SEALS and other Special Ops guys are in prison with him too. Should be some great conversations between them all telling BS stories about the sh!t they all did.
Then after all his tall tales and stories, his jailhouse nickname could be "Topper".
csquare,

He's an ugly prick, but maybe some 350 lb inmate may make him his bride and it would be a terrific ending to this story.... His nickname than could be "Headman"

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Let me clarify. I meant the nickname "Topper" would be from all the outlandish BS stories told by everyone in the yard, and "HIS" would be the most outlandish. So then all his stories would "top" their's.
I do read Dilbert from time to time......
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From: Phil [mailto:wreckdivingfool@yahoo.com]
Sent: Tuesday, December 28, 2010 8:29 AM
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Got an email today from none other than phil haberman! Phil [wreckdivingfool@yahoo.com] Well I think it's phil haberman.

phil would like to be removed from our "Hall of Shame". phil says it's all his ex-wife's fault and that he's a "victim" of her anger.

Poor poor phil says he's received death threats from individuals on this website? (phil didn't include those threats in his email although he did include some other 15 documents, not one a death threat, wonder why?)

phil, I do have email after email from "women" in Florida stating you are usually seen wearing Special Forces "Combat Diver" tee shirts and tell everyone that will listen that you were in fact a SF Combat Diver. We also know that you have fraudulently re-enlisted in the Army and were once again thrown out, ID Card taken and escorted off base. What say you about that phil?

No phil, you have been exposed as a fraud and a bottom-feeding scumbag along with a few dozen others, your name will remain in our "Hall of Shame" as long as the internet is up and running. My advice to you is change your name to Susan, get a sex-change operation and move to Thailand if you wish to blend in...
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My advice to you is change your name to Susan, get a sex-change operation and move to Thailand if you wish to blend in...
WARNING:

Do not drink coffee (or anything else) while reading the above!!!

What started as a involuntary reflexive chuckle, rendered me as a choking retch of nose spurting gag reflexes of such proportions that my daughter has been severely traumatized, perhaps for life (she’s still laughing at me)......and I'm still cleaning up the mess.

I'm feeling a bit better now ....jd
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