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Navy Capt. Sentenced To Prison


Navy Capt. Sentenced To Prison
U.S. Navy captain slapped with nearly four years in prison for indulging in booze, hookers and luxury hotels in exchange for classified information - This Captain went a little overboard—and now he's paying the price. REPORTED BY

U.S. Navy Capt. Daniel Dusek was bedevilled to about four years in bastille for council aggressive business against a adopted aegis architect in barter for hookers, affluence biking and booze.

Dusek, the advantageous administrator of the USS Bonhomme Richard, is the astral argosy official answerable in a massive bribery scandal, one of the affliction in aggressive history.

Dusek was begin accusable of accepting bribes over a seven-month period, starting in July 2010, from Glenn Defence Marine Asia, a Singapore-based anchorage casework company, in acknowledgment for classified advice including address and abysmal schedules to accession business for the contractors.

“It’s absolutely doubtful to the cloister that anyone in your position with the United States Navy would advertise out based on what was provided to you - auberge rooms, ball and the casework of prostitutes,” US commune adjudicator Janis L. Sammartino accursed at Dusek, abacus that the Captain “potentially jeopardized civic security.”

According to his appeal agreement, Dusek hand-delivered the Navy address schedules to the GDMA appointment in Japan or emailed them anon and was referred to as a “golden asset” by GDMA buyer Leonard Glenn Francis.

Dusek was so accessible to GDMA that one agent labeled him “an official GDMA agenda holder,” according to a columnist absolution from the U.S. Attorney's appointment in Southern California.

The Oregon built-in was abundantly adored for his advice — Dusek and his ancestors were put up at the Waikiki, Hawaii Marriott in 2010 and, a few weeks later, GDMA paid for a auberge allowance and provided the Captain with a prostitue at the Shangri-La in Makati, Philippines.

GDMA over-billed the amphibian annex by added than $34 million, the Guardian reported.

In accession to bastille time, the 49-year-old has been ordered to pay $100,000 in a accomplished and restitution.

Highly-decorated Dusek, who has won awards including the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal and the Navy Achievement Medal, pleaded accusable in January 2015 to the charges.

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