Justice: Virginia Resident Sentenced to Two Years in Prison for Violations of International Sanctions

Justice: Virginia Resident Sentenced to Two Years in Prison for Violations of International Sanctions

Jalal Hajavi, Virginia resident, has been sentenced to two years in prison for egregious violations of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act and the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations. He facilitated shipment of heavy equipment from the US to Iran by routing through the United Arab Emirates. He was warned twice and continued to do it, and lied in the AES about their destination.
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