Another Navy official charged in burgeoning bribery scandal

Dan Layug accepted $1,000 payments per month, plus expensive gadgets and hotel stays, in exchange for information

It’s one thing for multinational corporations to engage in foreign bribery. That’s a relatively common occurrence. But for a branch of the U.S. military to engage in foreign bribery? That’s not exactly a common occurrence.

However, that’s the scandal facing the U.S. Navy, as a fourth officer was charged in a corruption investigation involving a Singapore-based defense contractor. The Navy officers stand accused of accepting gifts of cash, electronics luxury hotel stays from Glenn Marine Defense Asia.

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