|Pipeworks head resigns over Green Beret claim|
|Posted: 12.10.2011 08:57 by JonahFalcon||Comments: 1|
Pipeworks head and former technical consultant on the television show Deadliest Warrior Robert Daly has resigned his position over his own false claims of being a Green Beret. Odder yet, he announced his resignation on ProfessionalSoldiers.com, which is devoted to former special teams soldiers.
"I utterly regret that I have misrepresented my role by creating the impression that I was a ‘Green Beret'." said Daly.
"I am honored to have served with the 12th Special Forces Group as an Intelligence Analyst (96B) from 1991 until 1994. While I wore the green beret as part of my uniform, I utterly regret that I have misrepresented my role by creating the impression that I was a “Green Beret.” I have nothing but the utmost respect for the Green Berets and my fellow servicemen, and I respectfully apologize to the Special Forces community.
“At this point in time for the best interests of Pipeworks Software and (Foundation 9 Entertainment) I am voluntarily resigning my position of Studio Head of Pipeworks effective immediately. Furthermore I have no plans on appearing in any more episodes of Deadliest Warrior."
The seems strange in that Daly was indeed a member of special forces, albeit not the Green Berets. Pipeworks, under Daly, developed the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade version of Deadliest Warrior in 2010.