Here is Stewart Zamudio responding to me finding his treasonous video and sending it into the blogoshpere…
Thank you for proving my point. I respect your view and I urge you to continue with your negative or positive views on the issue. It was my little publicity stunt to you. And it will continue.
By the way I hate both parties. But….
wow thank you for your views. And I respect them. What I did isn’t about the war. It’s about Freedom of Speech. It was a publicity stunt to remind everyone what this country is built on. And it’s working. We forgot what the fight is all about. Freedom. I just wanted to remind people. I knew this publicity stunt would work because I was speaking my mind to the fullest in uniform. I didn’t agree to give up my freedom of speech when I signed a contract with the military, whether it’s in or out of uniform. Most Americans can’t even recite the first amendment and it’s sad.
I will change that…..
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
This is the law I abide to and protect. For all in and out of uniform….this is the American way….
In accordance with chapter 45, section 771, title 10, United States Code (10 USC 771), no person except a member of the U.S. Army may wear the uniform, or a distinctive part of the uniform of the U.S. Army unless otherwise authorized by law. Additionally, no person except a member of the U.S. Army may wear a uniform, any part of which is similar to a distinctive part of the U.S. Army uniform. This includes the distinctive uniforms and uniform items listed in paragraph 1–12 of this regulation. Paragraph 1–12 goes on to define “Distinctive uniforms and uniform items:”
a. The following uniform items are distinctive and will not be sold to or worn by unauthorized personnel:
- (1) All Army headgear, when worn with insignia.
- (2) Badges and tabs (identification, marksmanship, combat, and special skill).
- (3) Uniform buttons (U.S. Army or Corps of Engineers).
- (4) Decorations, service medals, service and training ribbons, and other awards and their appurtenances.
- (5) Insignia of any design or color that the Army has adopted.
This indicates that the Army would not be very happy if they learned that a civilian was wearing one of the items listed above.
Bottom line is you are a treasonous criminal. I hope they strip you of your rank and monies owed.