AMARILLO- The soldier accused of lying about medals he received was in court again. Richard David McClanahan pleaded not guilty to all three charges. The charges are lying about getting Purple Hearts, lying about getting a Congressional Medal of Honor and lying on an application to get a bank loan. Together, the two military charges have a maximum of a year and a half in jail and over a $250,000 fine. The bank charge carries a max of 30 years and a million dollar fine. Some men in uniform with a local military office showed up in court to support the those against McClanahan. They said they were representing all the true military heroes.