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N.M. School Indicted for UAE Contract

A federal grand jury indicted the president of a counterterrorism training company over its contract to provide combat training to the United Arab Emirates. The charges, issued Thursday, raised to 17 the counts faced by David Hudak, president of High Energy Access Tools, or HEAT. Federal agents arrested Hudak and closed the Roswell school in August after a raid that they said turned up more than 2,300 unregistered warheads and 4,000 pounds of explosives. Also charged Thursday was former HEAT employee Michael Payne of North Carolina. The new indictment said the men and HEAT lacked the permission from the State Department to offer the combat training to the United Arab Emirates, a U.S. ally on the Persian Gulf. Full Story

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