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Navy Scandal: Classic Government Corruption

The Washington Post does not do much investigating of waste, fraud, and abuse in federal agencies anymore, but it has done a great job with the Fat Leonard Navy corruption scandal. I discussed prior WaPo stories on the scandal here and here. The newspaper has another pair of stories today (here and here) describing how Leonard Glenn Francis cozied up to Navy leaders in the Pacific to win lucrative deals for resupplying ships.
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