Is this the same Dr. Gyi that was busted as a fake? A link to the story http://www.pownetwork.org/phonies/phonies33.htm Short version: April 25, 2003 Federal Investigator's visited Gyi.... At 12:15 he knocked on Gyi's door Gyi is told anything he says can and will be used against him. Lying to the Federal Investigator is and will be a federal offense Gyi is questioned about impersonating a military officer. He distracts by having the investigator watch VIDEO tapes of his "accomplishments" as a martial artist! Gyi is asked first to provide copies of his diplomas from various colleges, Gyi did show a certificate from OU on his PhD. When asked to produce a diploma from Georgetown, Gyi could not and would not do it, nor would he produce any types of documents from the CIA or any military branch. Originally Gyi would not acknowledge that he had actually worn the uniform and denied the photo on this web site was him. Eventually, Gyi did admit he was pretending to be someone in the military and that he gave the investigator his word it wouldn't happen again! The Synopsis 1998 As a result of an international search on the birthday of Gyi (and his other names) his DOB records in the United States, drivers license and place of employment - Ohio University, show 1936. That would make him approximately 7 years old in 1943 and 10 years in 1945 when the Japanese surrendered. He was a child during the time he makes his claims of fighting the Japanese in World War II. Gyi's very own personal Asian high school yearbook and Asian researched records show a birth date in 1933. This would make him 10 years old in 1943 and 12 years old when the Japanese surrendered in 1945. Still, he would still be child during the War he claims to have fought in. Internationally researched prisoner of war records have never once documented Gyi (and his other names) as having been captured or becoming a prisoner of war, in any war, certainly a requirement for his alleged rehabilitation in American military hospitals in Okinawa. POW records are meticulously keep by The US and British/Gurkha militaries, among most militaries of the world. British/Gurkha military records researchers cannot find Gyi (or any of his other names) as having ever served in the Gurkha army. US Military records show no record of Gyi or (any of his other names) serving with, being attached or affiliated with any branch of the United States Armed Forces, certainly not with the Marines as he has claimed. He in fact claimed an attachment to the 3rd Marine Division in the Korean. The 3rd Division did not serve in the Korean War. United Nations Archives and Training sections have no record of Gyi (or any of his other names) having served with their forces in any capacity, nor is he on record for officially training any United Nations troops. Even claims of his schooling - with replies like " I do not have a record that any person with the names below was enrolled at Georgetown Law" from the Director of Office Services, Office of the Registrar, Georgetown University Law Center bring his claims of numerous degrees into question. Biographies and records of Gyi (then in his late forties) report that he was in Ohio teaching his Bando and other subjects in 1967 and there after when so many of Gyi reported claims on his involvement with the Vietnam War were said to have occurred.