As an update In regard to the FBI and U.S. Army CID investigation of Captain Shelby L. Stanton, U.S. Army Special Forces (Retired), the decision was made that the statute of limitations in the final U.S. Government decision didn't apply to any untoward action on Shelby's part, but was specifically addressing an upgrade of disability as a result of wounds sustained while on active duty. Also, there is no statute of limitations on POW/MIA files because such government records are exempted by law from ordinary judicial remedy (regardless of the inaccurate summarization appearing on the Internet), just as statute of limitations doesn't apply to signatories to classified research performed during official performance of duty. Also, in regard to Dakota Meyer's book, the veterans he states that were in his group, he deduced that they were there just to have their disability upgraded because they couldn't hold down a steady job. These seven Vietnam veterans mentioned on Pages 180-181, didn't deserve to be libeled and/or slandered but Meyer just comes out and makes a remark after only being in a group for a number of weeks. My experience was what is mentioned in the group, stays in the group.