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Daily Report: San Diego Navy Contractor Fraud, Military Dating Website Hacked, Katy Perry's "Part of Me" Controvery

Katy Perry at Camp Pendleton
Katy Perry at Camp Pendleton

Seven plead guilty in Navy contracting fraud – U-T San Diego “Seven people, including four civilian contractors at the Naval Air Station North Island in Coronado, pleaded guilty in federal court to wire fraud, bribery and tax charges in a wide-ranging corruption probe, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.”

‘LulzSec Reborn’ claims attack on military dating site – Washington Post “The group’s first target was a dating site called, which caters to members of the armed forces. The hacking group claims to have stolen 170,000 records from the Web site Sunday, subsequently posting users’ personal information online.”

Veterans study: Thousands wrongfully discharged for personality disorders - Stars and Stripes “The Defense Department violated regulations by discharging thousands of servicemembers under the pretense of personality disorders during the past decade, according to a study by Vietnam Veterans of America and the Veterans Services Clinic at Yale Law School.”


Katy Perry, 'Part of Me': Pop Star's Military-Inspired Video Called 'Propaganda' – AOL Music “Katy Perry’s new video for the song ‘Part of Me’ has rubbed some people the wrong way, including Naomi Wolf, feminist author of The Beauty Myth. Wolf took to her Facebook page to take aim at Perry for the video featuring her dressed in military attire.”