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Senior Navy law enforcement agent to plead guilty to taking bribes

A senior US law enforcement agent has provided a major breakthrough in a Navy corruption scandal by agreeing to plead guilty to taking bribes, The Washington Post reported Thursday. The case has already implicated half a dozen navy officers and could taint more. John B. Beliveau II, a supervisory special…

Deputy commander of U.S. nuclear forces Vice Admiral Tim Giardina fired for using counterfeit chips at a casino

The deputy commander of US nuclear forces has been fired from his post after being investigated for allegedly using counterfeit chips at a casino, officers said. The move was highly unusual against such a senior officer in US Strategic Command, which oversees the country’s nuclear-armed missiles, submarines and bombers. Vice…

Amnesty, ACLU call for independent probe after eighth Guantanamo detainee death

The American Civil Liberties Union and Amnesty International are calling for an independent investigation into the death of detainees at Guantanamo Bay after the U.S. military reported another death at the detention facility on Wednesday night. “This latest death highlights the immediate need for a full and independent inquiry into…

Afghan dies in apparent suicide at Guantanamo

MIAMI — A 37-year old Afghan detainee died at Guantanamo Bay in an apparent suicide, the US military said in a statement. The man, identified by one name, Inayatullah, was an admitted planner for Al-Qaeda terrorist operations, according to the Southern Command. He arrived in Guantanamo in September 2007. Inayatullah…

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