CID agents bust Marine selling drugs, find “golden shower toy” during search


A Drug-pushing marine in California was busted by the Military Police after they found a fake penis and narcotics in his vehicle.

Corporal John Kmiecik’s appeal to overturn his court-martial conviction was denied on May 17, with a military appeals judge upholding the ruling in light of the Marine’s violation of UCMJ Articles 92 and 112a back in March of 2017.

The Marine was busted by Camp Pendleton military police after they stopped his vehicle and asked for permission to search his vehicle.

Upon being granted permission, MPs found a “Whizzinator” fake penis (described as the wet sex simulator) a syringe, fake urine, Clear Eyes drops, 17 LSD tablets, two joints and a pipe with marijuana residue, among other things.

While the Whizzinator is marketed as a sex toy, it was likely being used to defeat drug urinalysis testing.

During a search of his barracks room by CID agents, another Whizzanator and notebooks with information detailing amounts of drugs sold and to whom were found.

Sentenced to 15 months’ confinement, along with forfeiting pay and allowances and a reduction in grade to E-1, the Corporal appealed on the grounds that the presiding judge “abused his discretion during pre-sentencing by admitting a signed acknowledgment from the appellant that he understood the Marine Corps’ policy concerning illegal use of drugs.”

According to court documents, “the drug offenses for which the appellant was convicted were extensive and involved four different types of illegal drugs, with the intent to distribute one of them -LSD- for profit.”

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