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2 Charged With Illegal Tech Sale to Iraq

Two men who ran exporting businesses in Connecticut and New York have been indicted on federal charges that they participated in a scheme with China to sell telecommunications equipment to Saddam Hussein’s government in Iraq. Andrew Huang, 59, of Cromwell, and Joseph Thomas, 81, of While Plains, N.Y., were charged with conspiracy and acting as agents of a foreign government, according to an indictment unsealed Monday. Thomas also was charged with lying to federal investigators. Full Story

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