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Critical Omissions with Douglas Dietrich
« Reply #20910 on: October 12, 2020, 01:33:59 AM »
Good answer. I noticed you have stopped stuttering. Are the shock treatments working out then? Up the voltage.
I have. The question is, have you mastered the phrase "do you want fries with that?"

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« Reply #20911 on: October 12, 2020, 02:12:50 AM »
ddd and lame-o advocate eliminating most of the male population.

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« Reply #20912 on: October 12, 2020, 02:18:34 AM »
Yeah ddd, if you grew up in Taiwan, you'd probably be named Bing Bang Bong. The sound of a metal drum rolled down a hill.

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« Reply #20913 on: October 12, 2020, 02:29:52 AM »
Oh really ddd, when you go off on those white trash pieces of shit that lowers your blood pressure?

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« Reply #20914 on: October 13, 2020, 01:31:55 PM »
Douglas Dietrich and the Camp Pendleton/MCRD USMC Porn Ring Lie
https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/2020/10/douglas-dietrich-and-camp-pendletonmcrd.html

Douglas Dietrich's Claims:

 - Agreed to appear in USMC "porn movies" as a condition of his "Dishonorable Discharge" from the USMC in 1991.
- Had "illegal orders" to report to Richard K Cole who he said had contacted him by phone, for sex.
- He was personally responsible for exposing a USMC "Gay/Child Porn Ring" involving Marines at MCRD San Diego, and Camp Pendleton and underage boys.
- That he worked with the wives of US Marines involved in exposing the scandal.
- That he personally informed Police and Marine investigators about "Uncle Rico" aka "Bobby" Luciano Ceballos.

The following news articles from August to October 1993, however, detail a totally different story and essentially refute his own. Most importantly, the investigation found no evidence of extensive Marine involvement.  It also did not show any involvement of Marines assigned to MCRD San Diego, and...

"Child abuse investigators for the Oceanside Police Department announced last week that they were closing an inquiry into a gay male porno production ring because it did not involve underage boys, as detectives had feared."
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1993-08-23-mn-27057-story.html

The three articles I present here as evidence tell a very different story.  One of the first questions I had was how could Dietrich have been personally involved including "working with the wives of Marines" in Oceanside, CA while living in San Francisco.

(See Sources below)


Dietrich's "whereabouts" 1991-1994:

Professional acting school/finishing school John Robert Powers school 1991-92
DoD Research Librarian/Military Reference Technician Sep 1991-Sep 92
SF Police Academy 1992-93
“Personal Bodyguard Bottom” for Porno Actresses 1992-94 Executive Security & Investigations Inc
Contract policeman at raves – 1993-94. The organization hired underage cops
https://www.linkedin.com/in/douglas-dietrich-79327b40/

My whereabouts 1988-1994:

After leaving USMC Active Duty in April 1988 I was exploring employment opportunities in areas near immediate family in New York State. (I had been issued $6,000.00 in US Savings Bonds I had acquired while on active duty). I was a USMC Individual Ready Reservist (IRR) and received orders to report to the Syracuse, NY USMC Reserve Center twice a year until receiving an Honorable Discharge in May 1990.

I chose to move to rural Summer Hill, NY, and was hired by Smith Carona Inc. in August 1988. I worked there as an assembler until major lay-offs began in August 1990. I was receiving extended unemployment benefits when I was offered the opportunity to attend college via the Trade Adjustment Allowance Act, https://oui.doleta.gov/unemploy/tra.asp

I enrolled at Tompkins Cortland Community College in the spring of 1991and earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Communications Studies in 1993.  I then transferred to the SUNY at Cortland as a Junior to study Communications with a minor concentration in History in 1993. I attended SUNY Cortland until 1995.

During that time I lived in Cortland, NY, completed an internship at the local newspaper The Cortland Standard, and worked essentially full time at two restaurants/bars as a dishwasher and line cook.

This refutes Dietrich's claims of my serving as a US Marine in California in 1991 when he claims he received a Dishonorable Discharge. In fact, I was never stationed in California and ended my Active Service obligation from the 2nd Marine Division, Camp Lejeune NC. I did participate in a Combined Arms Excercise (CAX) at 29 Palms, CA in Jan-Feb 1988 after Dietrich had already been tossed out the Marine Corps.



Sources:

MARINES LINKED TO GAY PORN - Chicago Tribune    https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1993-08-20-9308200178-story.html

10 Pendleton Marines Posed Nude, Probe Finds - Los Angeles Times    https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1993-08-23-mn-27057-story.html

Leader of Porno Ring Says 500 Marines Involved:  - Los Angeles Times
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1993-10-29-me-50939-story.html

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« Reply #20915 on: October 13, 2020, 04:30:17 PM »
Douglas Dietrich and the Camp Pendleton/MCRD USMC Porn Ring Lie
https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/2020/10/douglas-dietrich-and-camp-pendletonmcrd.html

Douglas Dietrich's Claims:

 - Agreed to appear in USMC "porn movies" as a condition of his "Dishonorable Discharge" from the USMC in 1991.
- Had "illegal orders" to report to Richard K Cole who he said had contacted him by phone, for sex.
- He was personally responsible for exposing a USMC "Gay/Child Porn Ring" involving Marines at MCRD San Diego, and Camp Pendleton and underage boys.
- That he worked with the wives of US Marines involved in exposing the scandal.
- That he personally informed Police and Marine investigators about "Uncle Rico" aka "Bobby" Luciano Ceballos.



Wasn't there a million dollar offer for sex in there that he turned down?  Have a vague memory of that.

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« Reply #20916 on: October 13, 2020, 04:33:51 PM »
WAN: That is another aspect of Dietrich's bullshit lies that involved Steve Outtrim.  At this point, he has embellished his own lies to the point they make no sense at all.

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« Reply #20917 on: October 13, 2020, 04:35:23 PM »
WAN: That is another aspect of Dietrich's bullshit lie that involved Steve Outtrim.  At this point, he has embellished his own lies to the point they make no sense at all.

Not like they ever did.  Who would pay out a million clams to boink Dietrich?   

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« Reply #20918 on: October 13, 2020, 04:36:21 PM »
I have submitted an electronic FOIA request to the DOD/DMDC regarding Dietrich's recent guest Pakone Mireles. (pronounced "Pack wan Moralez") and await a reply.

Mireles also claims to be a US Marine but his story also involves being in a "legal platoon", and possible gang and/or drug involvement involving courts-martial.  He is one of two recent guests including Jameson Reese (both age 35) Reese already admits to being an ELS reject from the US Air Force for psychological issues.  These are the types Dietrich is attracting to his cult. Reese has also had issues with Noreen Helphand and another internal squabble is about to boil over very soon.

Pakone is the guy with the Taco business and two kids: https://www.facebook.com/pakone.mireles

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« Reply #20919 on: October 13, 2020, 04:47:07 PM »
I have already verified the service of Derick Talley.  https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/2020/05/derek-m-talley-dmdc-foia-results.html

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« Reply #20920 on: October 13, 2020, 04:51:40 PM »
I have already verified the service of Derick Talley.  https://rkcolejr.blogspot.com/2020/05/derek-m-talley-dmdc-foia-results.html

Who seems to be the only semi-normal one of the bunch [I'm not sure about the realtor].  Wonder how he got roped in?  ::)


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« Reply #20921 on: October 13, 2020, 04:56:33 PM »
Selena Kahn is the NYC realtor.  But like you WAN, I find it very confusing that Talley is involved with Dietrich at all.  Especially when his father is a retired USAF officer and has been on Dietrich's show.  Very unusual in my opinion.

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« Reply #20922 on: October 13, 2020, 04:59:27 PM »
Talley did not even correct Dietrich when Dietrich said the birthday of the USMC was "November 11, 1775".  He allows Dietrich to lie without challenging him.

Talley is confirmed. And was (apparently) assigned the same MOS as I was: 8151 Guard. But Talley has never revealed any other details of his 4 years of service. Marine Security (8151) is a secondary MOS. Embassy Duty is 8152. Talley has never revealed his primary MOS or any assignments to the Fleet Marine Force (FMF).

I was a contract PFC and assigned the MOS 0351 (Infantry Anti-tank assault man) in boot camp.  I was selected upon completion of that training for the secondary MOS during Infantry Training School (ITS) Also became later the School of Infantry (SOI).

 


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« Reply #20923 on: October 13, 2020, 05:13:59 PM »
Selena Kahn is the NYC realtor. 

So what's her deal?  I know when I am researching realtor's for a big dollar NYC property deal, I look for those that appear on a stream with Hitler's only son but I would imagine most would be turned off by such a thing. 

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« Reply #20924 on: October 13, 2020, 05:19:41 PM »
Kahn seems to be a successful real estate agent and supports Dietrich in her spare time.  She took over the duties of Lena Sheigh who disavowed Dietrich months ago. She is supposedly his "webmistress" but I don't see shit going on with it.  In fact, it crashed last week, and Dietrich claimed Lena Sheigh had attacked them.

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« Reply #20925 on: October 13, 2020, 05:19:59 PM »
Talley did not even correct Dietrich when Dietrich said the birthday of the USMC was "November 11, 1775".  He allows Dietrich to lie without challenging him.

Talley is confirmed. And was (apparently) assigned the same MOS as I was: 8151 Guard. But Talley has never revealed any other details of his 4 years of service. Marine Security (8151) is a secondary MOS. Embassy Duty is 8152.

How hard is that to pull?  I would think the Bahamas or say a time in Brussels would be pretty awesome.  Congo or Iraq - maybe not so much.

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« Reply #20926 on: October 13, 2020, 05:28:48 PM »
Not hard at all.  It is based on individual performance during Infantry Training ad test scores etc. In fact, it is presented as being a "volunteer" option.  Those of us who were chosen for the "option" were lined up in front of the 1st Sergeant and a list of duty stations were read out to us and we essentially voiced our willingness to chose.  In my case, I had refrained from any choice as they were being read out to us.

It was like..."Rota Spain, Naples Italy, Guam, England, the list just continued forever it seemed.

So I was standing there with 9 other Marines and the Ist Sergeant said.."Well, since none of you pussies had the balls to chose, you no longer have a choice. You are all going to Subic Bay Philippines...and Cole, you are the senior Lance Corporal so I am putting you in charge of making sure all of you get there."

And that's how it happened.  :)


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« Reply #20927 on: October 13, 2020, 05:32:41 PM »
Not hard at all.  It is based on individual performance during Infantry Training ad test scores etc. In fact, it is presented as being a "volunteer" option.  Those of us who were chosen for the "option" were lined up in front of the 1st Sergeant and a list of duty stations were read out to us and we essentially voiced our willingness to chose.  In my case, I had refrained from any choice.

So I was standing there with 9 other Marines and the Ist Sergeant said.."Well, since none of you pussies had the balls to chose, you no longer have a choice. You are all going to Subic Bay Philippines...and Cole, you are the senior Lance Corporal so I am putting you in charge of making sure all of you get there."

And that's how it happened.  :)

Could have been worse I suppose. Like ending up at Lejeune for the duration. I imagine Subic had its bright spots.


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« Reply #20928 on: October 13, 2020, 05:43:44 PM »
What none of us realized was, that instead of being immediately assigned duty to a Weapons Company in the Fleet Marine Force, we were heading for one of the top duty stations of all!  (Although in the end, it got to be messy) but you are absolutely right.  So the next thing you know, we all had a flight from NC to Clark AFB.

It was late October so we were all wearing our winter service "alphas".  I had to make sure every man had his belongings and a copy of his orders at each layover stop. I remember stopping in Anchorage Alaska and we all walked around an empty airport.  It was surreal.  We had one last stop in Okinawa and never even left the plane.  It was like 19 hours of flying.  Then we landed a Clark AFB in the middle of the night where it was like 90 degrees and took a crazy ride by bus to HQ Subic Bay.

But I did my job and we all reported.  We got split up into the 3 companies and then served out our 15 months.  It was the best duty I had as a Marine. And contributed to my interest in WW2 history.

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« Reply #20929 on: October 13, 2020, 05:58:13 PM »
I could never have anticipated that I would eventually be stationed as a guard with "C" Company Marine Barracks Subic Bay and a detachment to NRTF Capas Tarlac, the site of the former WW2 POW Camp O'Donnell It made a lasting impression on me.








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« Reply #20930 on: October 13, 2020, 06:05:57 PM »
Could have been worse I suppose. Like ending up at Lejeune for the duration. I imagine Subic had its bright spots.


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« Reply #20931 on: October 13, 2020, 06:10:17 PM »
In my case, I was very fortunate. But it had it's dark places too.  You have to consider that the Subic USN Base itself was not the only base. There were Naval Installations in other places.  "A" Company guarded the Subic Port and Naval Magazine.  "B" Company patrolled areas in the Jungle into Cubi Point.  "C" Company guarded the main USN base at San Miguel (NSCP) and a 30 Marine "Detachment" from "C" Company guarded the Naval Radio Transmitter Facility (NRTF) at Capas, Tarlac about 2 miles North of Clark AFB.

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« Reply #20932 on: October 13, 2020, 06:13:16 PM »
What none of us realized was, that instead of being immediately assigned duty to a Weapons Company in the Fleet Marine Force, we were heading for one of the top duty stations of all!  (Although in the end, it got to be messy) but you are absolutely right.  So the next thing you know, we all had a flight from NC to Clark AFB.

It was late October so we were all wearing our winter service "alphas".  I had to make sure every man had his belongings and a copy of his orders at each layover stop. I remember stopping in Anchorage Alaska and we all walked around an empty airport.  It was surreal.  We had one last stop in Okinawa and never even left the plane.  It was like 19 hours of flying.  Then we landed a Clark AFB in the middle of the night where it was like 90 degrees and took a crazy ride by bus to HQ Subic Bay.

But I did my job and we all reported.  We got split up into the 3 companies and then served out our 15 months.  It was the best duty I had as a Marine. And contributed to my interest in WW2 history.

Guy I went to college with took a gig with the NSA and ended up over there for a couple of years [Maybe it was Subic - not sure].  Fishing, hiking, beaches, inexpensive beer, girls - he spoke highly of his stint.

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« Reply #20933 on: October 13, 2020, 06:21:14 PM »
If a guy says Olongapo or "Magsaysay" or Subic City he was near the Naval Base at Subic.  If he says "Angeles City" or "Balibago" he was near Clark AFB.  Areas further north like Baguio were the most popular civilian tourist attractions.  There are many websites and Facebook pages where veterans gather who served in the Philippines.

I am a member of a small few, mostly Navy and Marines who served at NCSP San Miguel and NRTF Capas Tarlac.

And we still have contacts with some of those we served with and some members of the families of the people we met while serving in the Philippines.

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« Reply #20934 on: October 13, 2020, 06:41:09 PM »
Most people ignore any historical significance or connection.  But after only a few weeks of arriving there in October 1984, I realized it.

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« Reply #20935 on: October 13, 2020, 06:44:43 PM »
Dietrich has no fucking idea about any of this. He disregards established history and the documented service of thousands of American, Japanese, and Philippine veterans in making his own insane claims.  That is about to end. He has absolutely no credibility. And Peter Moon cannot change that.

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« Reply #20936 on: October 13, 2020, 07:04:24 PM »
In fact, Dietrich has demonstrated his hesitancy to engage in a contractual relationship in order to eventually publish a book with Peter Moon. Why is that?
After all, Vincent Barbarick (aka Peter Moon) is his own private publisher.

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« Reply #20937 on: October 13, 2020, 07:15:32 PM »
My educated guess is that Dietrich's guest Pakone Mireles will be exposed as having lied about his military service.  And together, these three will continue embellishing further.

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« Reply #20938 on: October 13, 2020, 07:16:46 PM »
I may be wrong, but I don't doubt it.

Dietrich is using these men to "protect" and verify him.  (this is important). 

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« Reply #20939 on: October 13, 2020, 07:20:39 PM »
I think it is likely that a porn obsessed person like Dietrich may have starred in a gay video or two back in his youth whether or not he is aware of it.  If he was growing up in San Francisco he would be exposed to the gay community and their sex and drug activities all the time. Back in the eighties the camcorder allowed these gays to secretly or knowingly "document" their activities for private enjoyment or profit. Perhaps anyone willing to investigate this lurid possibility might run across one of these videos by accident on the gay porn web sites. Time to go to work Gunner...:)