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  1. Bronx Man Sentenced for Attempting to Export Carbon Fiber to Iran

    Richard Phillips was sentenced to 92 months in prison on June 21, 2012 after pleading guilty to attempting to export carbon fiber from the United States to Iran without obtaining the required license, in violation of the International Emergency Economic Po ...

  2. Australian Resident and Company Accused of Plot to Export Restricted Military Technology to Iran

    David Levick, a 50-year-old Australian national, and his Sydney-based company ICM Components Inc., have been indicted for conspiring to defraud the United States and for violating the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and the Arms Export ...

  3. Businessman Exports Electrical Switchgears to Iran

    Between May 25, 2008 and December 21, 2009, Ramin Pouladian-Kari, director of GTC Associates, a British company, worked with Iran Tablo Company in Tehran to export 361 dual-use electrical switchgears to Iran via a company in Dubai. He was denied a license ...

  4. Singapore to Extradite 4 People for Iran Exports

    Five individuals and four companies were indicted on charges of conspiring to defraud the United States, smuggling, illegally exporting U.S. goods, including defense articles, to Iran, making false statements, and obstruction of justice. According to the i ...

  5. New York Resident and Export Company Sentenced for Computer-Related Exports to Iran

    New York resident, Jeng "Jay" Shih, was sentenced to 18 months’ imprisonment and his company, Sunrise Technologies and Trading Corporation, was sentenced to 24 months’ corporate probation on February 17, 2012, after having pleaded guilty in U.S. ...

  6. Iranian Shipping Line Evades U.S. Sanctions, Dupes Banks

    The Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL) and 15 affiliates were indicted in New York state court for illegally funneling more than $60 million through the American banking system since 2008. IRISL and its co-defendants were allegedly able to cir ...

  7. Iranians in California Guilty of Illegally Shipping Missile Components to Iran

    California resident and Iranian national Davoud Baniameri pleaded guilty on May 31, 2011 in U.S. District Court to attempting to illegally export to Iran 10 connector adapters for the TOW and TOW2 missile systems in 2009. He was sentenced to 51 months’ imp ...

  8. Spanish Police Seize Iran-Bound Helicopters Purchased in Israel

    Spanish police seized 9 U.S.-made Bell-112 military transport helicopters and aviation spare parts, and arrested 5 Spanish businessmen suspected of attempting to illegally export the seized materials to Iran. The police also arrested three Iranians accused ...

  9. Two Belgians Accused of Purchasing U.S. Aircraft Parts for Iran

    A San Diego federal grand jury indicted two Belgians, Willy A.E. De Greef and Frederic Roland Nicholas Depelchin, for obtaining aircraft and helicopter parts from U.S. suppliers and transferring them to Iran in violation of the U.S. trade embargo on Iran. ...

  10. U.S. Nationals Plead Guilty to Exporting Aircraft Parts to Iran

    U.S. nationals Hamid Seifi and Michael Edward Todd, along with their respective companies, Galaxy Aviation Services and The Parts Guys, LLC, have pleaded guilty to charges that they illegally exported military equipment to Iran from November 2008 through J ...

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