JACKSONVILLE Fla. -- A man who almost gave the ultimate sacrifice for his country could soon be sacrificing his home.
The Allied Veterans of the World Inc. and affiliates gave veteran Johnny Reeves his home as a gift three years ago, but since the organization's money stealing scandal broke, Reeve's home has been added to a long list of assets that could be seized in the investigation.
"I feel like I've been duped deceived and lied to," said Reeves.
His combat wounds make him virtually unemployable, so finding another place to live could be a challenge. Reeves says he wants the Allied Veterans to pay up.
"I just want them all punished and held accountable," said Reeves.
The home's mortgage is still under the Allied Veterans' name, so he says it could be seized at any moment. He tells Action News he's most worried about providing for his wife Melanie and younger daughter Angeline. But if losing his home brings the Allied Veterans organization to justice, Reeves says he's more than happy to move.
"I don't really care, seize their assets and this is one of them," said Reeves. Believe me I'm not worried about it this is not even a skirmish i have been in two wars and one conflict this don't mean nothing
Reeves says he doesn't know when his home will be seized but he's already preparing and packing.