The Herald has a full list of all the claims Stephen Wilce made:
- claims to have served in the Falklands War, Northern Ireland and the First Gulf War;
- Claimed service in Forces/ Special Boat Service;
- Having been awarded the Distinguished Service Order, Military Cross and Bar, and
- Giving the impression he was a helicopter pilot at the same time Prince Andrew was present.
- was on the IRA death list;
- had a degree of medical experience or background,
- played guitar on the British folk circuit;
- claimed to have been a member of the Royal Society in the United Kingdom;
- a member of he British Olympic bobsled team;
- the captain of the Royal Navy Swimming Team;
- Represented England in the 1990 Commonwealth Games swimming team;
- was a member of the Welsh Rugby team that played against the All Blacks.
- hold an honorary PhD in Astronomy from Cambridge
- a Masters degree in aerospace and astrophysics from Cranfield and Cambridge;
- have been a university lecturer, professor and doctor.
- To have served in MI5 and MI6 or at the Home Office.
- to have designed the guidance system for the Polaris missile.
What I find most amusing is the claims to have been a champion bob-sleigher, swimmer and rugby player. How many people really do become champions in three very different sports like that?
I can’t find the full report online anywhere, but blame seems to lie with both the NZ Defence Force and Momentum. Amazingly his actual CV turned out to be correct – he just lied about everything else verbally. The failing was not talking to all his referees it seems.