March 1, 2007


from the Bad Eagle Journal

David Yeagley does not know what he is pontificating about, and this dishonors all American Indian people, and especially the Comanche Nation. His web pages are nothing more than self-indulgent, self-aggrandizing, narcissistic romances with a stereotyped American Indian culture. American Indians do not romanticize death in the way Yeagley imagines we do. Of course, there are ceremonies for death just as their are ceremonies for birth and life. But to borrow this “bad eagle” moniker and abuse it by spouting stereotypical romantic death is blasphemy to actual living breathing Comanches (the un-adopted variety). Yeagley has taken a bit of Comanche culture, distorted it into a stereotyped cliché (avoiding all things gentle and loving), and tried passing it off as some sick personal indulgence. David A. yeagley is a white supremacist, a dominionist, a make-believe warrior aggrandized by other fake warriors. Why would any reasonable person dish up so much falsity and deceit just to maintain a fake web moniker? No reasonable person would, which lends itself to the conclusion that whatever Yeagley is, it is not reasoned and mostly likely not an example of mental wellness.

David Yeagley — The mass Mexican trespass is a self-indulgent, self-aggrandizing, auto-erotic cultural romance... you'll consider yourself a cultural hero, a Mexican people's man, a grand Commie... Death validates your wonderful cause, your selfish intent, your low purpose of crime and illegality. Death means nothing to Muslims... They are cowards and murderers. They are beneath dignity. When one of them is blown up, the people parade for self-righteousness ... It is a party, if we are to take their profession seriously... In the old days, American Indians did not fear death, but they did not love it either. To die in battle was a supreme honor, but to murder was an unthinkable weakness--well, at least Indian to Indian. Training in bravery was functional, for battle, not for some sick personal indulgence” (DY, Feb. 28, 2007)

As for Yeagley's supporters, such as John Martin using the “Tall Soldier 77” moniker, they are false warriors too, whose writings appear to exhibit the same anti-gentleness and anti-love characteristics that Yeagley trumpets. Certain facts have been uncovered by contributions to the Bad Eagle Journal for your review. Review the statement of John Martin below, and then examine the facts further below. These facts are posted for your adequate preparedness concerning this individual. Take the appropriate actions if necessary.

John Martin — “I am enrolled in the Oglala, Sioux Rez from Pine Ridge .S.D... I graduated high school in 1986 and joined the Army (DD214 available upon request, lol.) I served 4 years in the Army I attended basic, AIT and Jump school at FT. Benning, GA. After basic I was shipped to Germany where I spent 2 years, then I did my last 18 months at FT. Bragg, N.C. I was a member of the 82nd Airborne Division. I got recalled to do a year when my unit paricipated in Operation Desert Storm. I ETS'd (seperated) with honors from the Army in 91'.” (TALLSOLDIER77, Posted: 10/16/2006, 12:42:55 AM)

NAME: John Martin (photo here)

SPOUSE: Denise Faamasino


RESIDENCE: Rancho Palos Verdes, CA

ADDRESS: 4040 Spencer St., Suites P&Q, Torrance, CA 90503
PHONE: 1 - 310 - 378 - 7715
FAX: 1 - 310 - 378 - 8225

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Mr. Martin seems to spend a great deal of his employer's time and resources cyber-stalking others who differ with him. It may also be true that Martin may threaten, harass, verbally insult or focus attention on his target's children and family members.

It seems that Mr. Martin has confabulated potentially harmful and defaming stories (falsely accusing others of sexually harassing his children online) about others he has experienced cyber-conflict with, called employers, and former employers, harassed family members of, and generally exhibited cyber-stalker behavior toward.

Mr. Martin falsely claims to have served in the US Army Airborne. A locator check indicates that no one named John Martin was trained in the Airborne, went to Airborne Jump school, or served in the 82nd Airborne during his time of services. He was an ordinance CLERK. His unit NEVER went to Desert Storm for a year.

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