Indian-origin Singapore woman faces jail for data leak in ‘biggest scam’ to hit US navy

Gurdip Singh reports:

‘Contract specialist’ Sharon Rachael Gursharan Kaur allegedly got $95,000 to sell information used to sway defence bids.

Singapore: A 57-year-old Indian-origin Singaporean woman, accused of being involved in the largest bribery case in the history of the US Navy, may face a jail term of more than three years, a media report said today.

Sharon Rachael Gursharan Kaur, who was a lead contract specialist for the US Navy, was allegedly involved in the USD 35-million ‘Fat Leonard’ scandal, which resulted in the arrest and conviction of several senior officers of the US Navy, including a rear admiral, The Straits Times reported.

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