Navy Admiral Used Counterfeited Casino Chips To Gamble

You would think that someone with this guy’s stature and background would have a little more commonsense than to risk his career by involving himself in a counterfeiting scheme.

Fired Rear Admiral Timothy M. Giardina, who was second in command at the U.S. nuclear forces, says that he didn’t have anything to do with the manufacturing of the counterfeit casino chips he betted with in June 2013.

Even though he admitted to playing the chips and authorities finding his DNA on the chips, Giardina first stated that some anonymous man gave them to him in bathroom, only to recant that statement, saying that he actually found them in the bathroom.

The three chips in question were altered with paint and stickers to make genuine $1 casino chips look like $500 chips.-Fox

What a big dummy this guy is.