Thursday, March 19, 2009

Iranian Man and His Company Charged in International Scheme to Supply Iran with Sensitive U.S. Technology

WASHINGTON – An Iranian citizen and his Tehran business have been charged with purchasing helicopter engines and advanced aerial cameras for fighter bombers from U.S. firms and illegally exporting them to Iran using companies in Malaysia, Ireland and the Netherlands. Among the alleged recipients of these U.S. goods was an Iranian military firm that has since been designated by the United States for being owned or controlled by entities involved in Iran’s nuclear and ballistic missile program.  STORY HERE

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