Supreme Court Strikes Down Stolen Valor: You Can Lie About Military Service

Webb told ABC News in February it especially angered him "seeing people take advantage of unknowing good people who are trusting in their story, [people who] use people to get money out of them, get positions."

"Nothing fires me up more than running into these phony Navy SEALs and knowing that I lost over a dozen friends that sacrificed for their country and now these guys are out there trying to take credit," Webb said.

READ: Stolen Valor 'More Than Just Lying,' SEAL Watchdog Says

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ABC News' Ariane de Vogue contributed to this report.

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