John Giduck’s Checkered History of Leaving The False Impression That He Was Former Special Forces

Before we look later this week at the newest evidence that John Giduck leaves people with the false impression that he was Special Forces, let’s look at some of the past examples that this blog has covered…

False Special Forces claims were left unedited on John Giduck’s own website for years

UNC Health Care Trauma Program falsely held the impression that John Giduck was retired Special Forces in 2011

Someone with authority over John Giduck’s speaker’s biography in 2005 falsely told the Colorado Springs Police Department that John Giduck was Special Forces

Someone seems to have lied to FEMA that John Giduck was Special Forces

The Eugene Oregon Police were falsely left with the impression in 2008 that John Giduck was Special Forces

A 2005 conference participant still falsely believed that John Giduck was Special Forces even after a John Giduck seminar and a subsequent follow up one on one conversation

Noted anti-terrorism consultant Frank Borelli falsely thought in 2006 that John Giduck was Special Forces

For some unknown reason, retired USMC senior officer seems to have changed his Amazon review after falsely believing that John Giduck was Special Forces

For a person that supposedly always tells attendees at every seminar that is not Special Forces, John Giduck sure seems to have left many reputable people and organizations with the false impression that he was Special Forces. Conversely, there does not appear to be a single quote from the same time period (2005-2011) from John Giduck, Archangel Group, or any of their clients stating the truth…that John Giduck only completed 58 days of basic training. The other important thing to keep in mind here is these are the published examples.  Who knows how many other people have left conversations or seminars with John Giduck having been told that he was Special Forces.

There are simply too many published examples for a reasonable person to believe that this was a one time misunderstanding rather than an intentional campaign of deception on the part of John Giduck and Archangel Group.  Sadly, John Giduck’s business partner, retired Special Forces SGM John “Andy” Anderson, appears to have been a willing participant in the lie.

Later this week, we’ll publish a new post about a vetted Special Forces soldier that falsely came to believe that John Giduck was Special Forces. How does that happen?

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