Justice: Dual US-Taiwan Citizen Pleads Guilty to Conspiring in Covert Arms Export to Iran

Justice: Dual US-Taiwan Citizen Pleads Guilty to Conspiring in Covert Arms Export to Iran

A dual US-Taiwan citizen just pled guilty to a conspiracy charge for exporting defense articles to Iran. In 2002 and 2003 there was a sting operation on purchasing antennas to go to Iran, and other defense articles. The defendant went on the run until he was arrested in Italy in April of 2023. He's been extradited to the US.
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