When I met Dillman
in 1965, he lied to me about his real rank. Although he wore a
black belt, the highest rank he’d been award was a brown.
under me for less than 12 months at the Washington DC armory; I never recognized or
awarded him any rank.
Dillman was put
out of the USKA by Robert Trias. Mr. Trias did not even mention George
Dillman in any of his books or papers.
claims to have fought a bear at the Washington, D.C. National Guard
Armory; in fact it was a tame wrestling bear, I have the photos.
cannot break ice without first cutting the ice with a saw, then allowing
the ice to set and refill the crack. Fake!
Dillman claims to
have been given scrolls from Soken, depicting the body strike points, in
fact it was Ray Gonithier that gave Dillman a copy of the anatomy
charts, not Soken.