Sometimes the Fat Leonard conspiracy needed new people. Only an officer with plenty of pull within the Seventh Fleet would be considered.
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The group of top Navy officers allegedly on the take called themselves the Cool Kids, this Band of Brothers, the Brotherhood, the Wolfpack, the familia, and the Lion King's Harem.
A grand jury indictment unsealed Tuesday charged a U.S. Navy admiral and eight other active or retired officers with taking bribes from a Singapore-based defense contractor.
The Fat Leonard scandal has decimated the U.S. Navy's Pacific Command. So far, sixteen defendants have been charged in the case. They include an Admiral, five Commanders, a Captain, and a Petty Officer. In other words, the chain of command.
A U.S. Navy lieutenant commander was sentenced to 30 months in prison Thursday for taking cash, luxury hotel stays, and prostitutes from a foreign defense contractor in exchange for classified Navy information.
A U.S. Navy lieutenant commander pleaded guilty Thursday to a federal bribery charge for taking cash, luxury hotel stays, and prostitutes from a foreign defense contractor in exchange for proprietary Navy information.
Three senior Navy officers -- two of them active and one retired -- were charged in documents unsealed Friday for their roles in a massive bribery scheme involving a Singapore-based contractor that compromised U.S. national security.
A former executive of a Singapore-based defense contracting firm was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison Friday for his role in defrauding the U.S. Navy of $34 million for ship husbanding services.
Three rear admirals including the commander of naval forces in Japan are retiring after the secretary of the Navy censured them for a massive bribery scandal involving a Singapore-based contractor.
A commander in the U.S. Navy pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal bribery charges for accepting money, gifts, travel, and prostitutes from a contractor who supplied services to the Navy in Asia.
An investigation of a cheating ring at the renowned U.S. Naval Nuclear Power School resulted in the expulsion from the Navy of 34 sailors, with another 10 still under investigation, the Navy said last week.