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.
A serving U.S. Navy Commander became the seventeenth individual charged in the Navy's worst corruption scandal in modern times.
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.
Two former executives of a Singapore-based defense contractor have been extradited to the United States in the massive bribes-for-secrets scandal that has rocked the U.S. Navy's Pacific Command.
A former Department of Defense (DoD) senior contracting official pleaded guilty Thursday to taking bribes from Leonard Glenn Francis -- also known as Fat Leonard -- the owner of Singapore-based Glenn Defense Marine Asia.
The highest-ranking U.S. Navy officer to be charged in the massive bribery-for-secrets case that has shaken the Navy's command structure in the Pacific pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to lying to investigators and destroying evidence.
The highest-ranking Navy officer charged in the massive "Fat Leonard" bribery scandal was sentenced in federal court Friday to 46 months in prison.
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.
A U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander was sentenced Friday to 40 months in prison for giving classified information to Singapore-based Glenn Defense Marine Asia (GDMA) in exchange for cash, hotel expenses, and the services of a prostitute.
A U.S. Navy Petty Officer First Class was sentenced to 27 months in prison for accepting cash, electronic gadgets, and travel expenses from a Singapore-based defense contractor in exchange for providing classified U.S. Navy information.