Justice: US Citizen in Taiwan Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison

Justice: US Citizen in Taiwan Sentenced to Two Years in Federal Prison

Justice announced the sentence of a US citizen living in Taiwan to two years in federal prison for a conspiracy related to the export of defense materials to Iran. He also has to pay a $10,000 fine. This person shipped items on the USML to Iran without a license.
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