Michael Cunningham KEMP, who runs a pub called the Captains Cellar in St Lucia, West Indies, made the mistake of bragging about his alleged military service both in the British 22 SAS and the Australian SAS to a tourist. A very bad mistake most wannabes make.
It just so happened that an Australian with knowledge of the Australian Defence Force was on holidays in St Lucia and having a drink or two at a pub there when he struck up a conversation with a person who gave his name as Michael Cunningham KEMP and apparently told some tall stories.
See below the body of a Statutory Declaration provided.
Kemp was reported to us and we carried out investigations on receiving this information through SAS channels and found no evidence of him having served with the SAS. We also requested the service record for him through National Archives which resulted in no service record being found for Michael Cunningham KEMP having served at all with the Australian Defence Forces.
Another source, a book titled “The Pictorial History of the Australian SAS 1957-1997” lists all Commanding Officers and Regimental Sergeant Majors with photographs shows that Kemp was never with the SAS.
It is doubtful whether KEMP has done any military service as he appears to have no knowledge of the command structure within the Australian Defence Force.
It makes no difference where you reside in this world, if you make false claims about having served in the Australian Defence Forces or wear Australian medals you are not entitled to, your time will come when you will be exposed.
Michael Cunningham KEMP will grace our web site for eternity and anyone visiting St Lucia can find KEMP at this link.
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