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October 14, 2016

Posted  October 24, 2016

John Bertrand Beliveau II, a former Naval Criminal Investigative Service supervisory special agent, was sentenced to 144 months in prison and ordered to pay $20 million in restitution to the Navy for disclosing sensitive law enforcement reports to a defense contractor who was the target of a criminal fraud investigation in exchange for cash, luxury travel and the services of prostitutes.  According to admissions made as part of his plea agreement, Beliveau helped former Glenn Defense Marine Asia CEO Leonard Francis perpetrate a massive fraud scheme on the U.S. Navy by providing information that allowed Francis to avoid, stall and thwart criminal investigations into misconduct by GDMA.  DOJ

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