July 21. 2021
Dietrich has now publicly announced or falsely "accused" his own father of being a murderer.
From 10:17:30 to 10:24:00
While reading an article about the psychotic "Hangman" John C. Woods, Dietrich infuses one of the most incredible claims I have ever heard spew from his rotten mouth.
You can find the story of Woods here:
Dietrich claims that his father was stationed on Enewetak Atoll
As Dietrich tells it, his father hung out with the German scientists on the island during Operation Paperclip. And on July 21, 1950, his father "knocked Woods into the water and then handed him a live wire cable and Woods lit up like a lightbulb."
"My father got away with murder."
But Dietrich is such a piss-poor liar, his latest revision of history makes no sense at all. (You electricians can correct me,) but I think someone immersed in water would not "light-up" as described, but would boil and spark. I don't know, but handing someone a live wire into water sounds a bit risky too.
The real version is that Woods was either changing a light bulb or working on a light source and was standing in a "puddle" of water. Others theorize his manner of death was while working on an electric chair, or assassination by Operation Paperclip German Scientists.
All I know is that George J. Dietrich was nowhere near Enewetak Atoll in July 1950:
His assignment according to his own service record shows him being stationed on the East Coast USA assigned to "RECSTA (Receiving Station) Brooklyn, NY from Jan 1950 to Feb 1951 when he was assigned to "AFSC, Norva" (Norfolk, Virginia).
from August to November 1949.
And this confirms my finding that his father was serving some of the earliest of his following years in a Navy supply rating after serving as a cook during WW2.
"While Virgo visited the east coast conflict broke out in the Far East once again. On 25 June troops of communist North Korea invaded the Republic of Korea (ROK) to the south. The United States and later the United Nations responded with support for South Korea against the aggressors. Thus Virgo soon found herself supporting combat forces once more. On 19 August she departed Port Chicago Calif. with Navy passengers embarked and with a load of ammunition bound ultimately for Korea. She stopped at Sasebo Japan from 6 to 15 September and then headed for Inchon Korea. She arrived at Inchon on the 16th the day following the amphibious landing carried out there. She remained in the Korean war zone first at Inchon and later at Jinsen Ko for about three weeks. During that time the attack cargo ship provisioned minesweepers a Canadian destroyer an American destroyer and supplied ammunition to the troops ashore. She departed Korea on 7 October and returned to Japan where she visited Sasebo and Yokosuka before heading back to the United States on 1 November. After a stop at Pearl Harbor the ship arrived in San Francisco on 19 November and began repairs at the Pacific Repair Co." https://www.hullnumber.com/AKA-20
This reinforces my refutation of Dietrich's latest BS claim because it too shows "context" while disproving his utterly insane bullshit!