"In addition, as an extra perquisite of this trip, Francis arranged a female escort to entertain Beliveau," the complaint says. "According to one email, attaching a picture of this escort, Francis asked: 'Joyce your kinda Babe'? Beliveau replied, 'Nice. You bet. Hopefully I'm her kinda guy, hehe.'"
Prosecutors go on to accuse Beliveau of accessing the NCIS database to gather information on the agency's investigation into GDMA and later advising Francis based on that information.
In a tense email exchange, Beliveau scolds Francis for not helping his "situation."
"…I will always be your friend, but you will get nothing else…..until I get what you promise…. You give your whores more money than me ;)," Beliveau wrote, according to court documents. "I can be your best friend or your worst enemy…."
The filing does not elaborate on what Beliveau's situation may have been or what exactly he was supposedly promised, except that Francis offers to mail it to him or send it through Western Union.
Misiewicz, Beliveau and Francis were all arrested Monday and charged with conspiracy to commit bribery, which carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison.
Ed Harris, an attorney assigned to Misiewicz's first preliminary hearings in Colorado where he was arrested, declined to comment on the particulars of his client's case, noting that Misiewicz has not yet been indicted and arraigned and, therefore, has not entered a plea.
Neither Beliveau nor Francis have retained or been assigned an attorney as of this report, according to a the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of California.