McFarlane

Surname: McFarlane
Christian Names: Justin
Country: Australia
State or Province: Victoria
City or Town: Melbourne
Case Notes:

Justin McFarlane aka MacFarlane of Southbank, Melbourne, Victoria, may have moved to Bendigo. He claims to have served in the Australian Army during the 1990’s and carried out missions and training with the Australian Special Air Service Regiment (SASR).

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As you can see below, he has publicly stated that he served in the SAS and he has bragged about his exploits.

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Below is an insert from the above page.

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We hold statutory declarations of claims that he has made to people over time, which you can see listed below;

1. He was a member of SASR and trained with the Regiment at Swanbourne in Perth, Western Australia.

2. He was beaten on the legs with a rubber mallet when undergoing anti interrogation training at Swan Island military base in Queenscliffe, Victoria when he was trying to get away from his interrogator.

3. He kidnapped Prime Minister Paul Keating to prove the weakness in security at the Lodge, and drove him around Brindabella Ranges in the boot of a car as part of an SAS exercise.

4. He emphasised that he had authorised and run the operation for the SAS and personally apologised to Paul Keating after the ordeal, in which they blindfolded Paul Keating and took him by vehicle to a distant location prior to releasing him.

5. He served in the Middle East, including the Golan Heights in Israel.

6. That as an SAS sniper, he had Saddam Hussein in the cross-hairs of his sniper rifle but did not shoot him due to  political differences between Russia and the United States of America during the first Gulf War.

7. Claimed to have served in Somalia and Rwanda.

8. He had to comfort the families of Australian Soldiers who passed away during combat.

Justin McFarlane was obviously found out and changed his name to MacFarlane.  He makes no mention of serving in the SAS as can be seen in the post below at the following link.

http://www.geothermalsolutions.com.au/index.php/about-us/our-people

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Justin McFarlane is an outright wannabe who has tried to impress people by telling lies about having served with an elite unit of the Australian Army.  These honourable SAS servicemen have been awarded numerous gallantry awards including two Victoria Crosses for Australia.

McFarlane has never served in the Australian Defence Force.

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Justin McFarlane, you have by telling your lies of being a returned serviceman committed an offence under the Defence Act 1903 as amended

80A Falsely representing to be returned soldier, sailor or airman

(1) A person is guilty of an offence if:

(a) the person represents himself or herself to be a returned
soldier, sailor or airman; and

(b) the representation is false.

Penalty: 30 penalty units or imprisonment for 6 months, or both.

(2) For the purposes of this section:

(a) returned soldier means a person who has served abroad
during any war as a member of any Military Force raised in
Australia or in any other part of the British Empire, or as a
member of the Military Forces of any ally of Great Britain;

(b) returned sailor means a person who has served abroad
during any war as a member of any Naval Force raised in
Australia or in any other part of the British Empire, or as a
member of the Naval Forces of any ally of Great Britain;
and

(c) returned airman means a person who has served abroad
during any war as a member of any Air Force, Air Service or
Flying Corps raised in Australia or in any other part of the
British Empire or as a member of the Air Forces of any ally
of Great Britain.

Justin McFarlane, for the despicable lies you have told and the lack of respect shown to the members of the Australian SAS, including your lack of  honour or honesty, you have earned a right to appear on our website.

This is published in the public interest, veterans of all conflicts, in particular that of the Vietnam Veteran Community. All information presented here is fact and the truth. Reports from the private citizens are supported by statement of fact and statutory declarations.

Persons appearing on our site that are now deceased will not be removed, but the case will have the word "Deceased" placed next to their name when we are advised.

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