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Jesus Cantu pleads guilty for role in Fat Leonard case

Stars & Stripes reports that former Navy Captain Jesus Cantu became the 19th person convicted in the Fat Leonard mess when he pleaded guilty yesterday; Cantu admitted taking bribes and prostitutes from Francis until 2013, when he was serving as deputy commander of the Military Sealift Command’s Far East division in Singapore. According to the […]
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