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US Charges Dutch Company and others for Illegal Exporting of US Aircraft Parts to Iran

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posted on Sep, 23 2007 @ 10:01 PM
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This is amazing, the charges state that the company was exporting aircraft parts, paint, aerospace grade aluminum among other items, to companies and the government of Iran.

Amazing but believeable, how many others are doing the same?


AVIATION SERVICES COMPANY AND ITS OWNER CHARGED WITH ILLEGAL EXPORTS TO IRAN AND ITS GOVERNMENT

...According to the criminal complaint, Dutch Customs officials have informed U.S. officials in the Netherlands that, in 2006 alone, Aviation Services obtained more than 290 items, including parachutes, aircraft parts, aircraft paints, and industrial chemicals, from the United States and caused them to be shipped or transported to Iran.

Dutch Customs officials have further reported that many of these U.S.-origin goods were sent to Iranian government agencies, Iranian procurement agencies or companies doing business in Iran, including Heavy Metals Industries in Tehran, Iran Aircraft Industries in Tehran, and Iran Helicopter Support and Renewal Co. in Tehran....




posted on Sep, 24 2007 @ 09:34 AM
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One of the charged denies the allegations that his company was illegally selling US aircraft parts to Iran.


Dutch Man Denies U.S. Charge on Iran

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) — A Dutch businessman accused by the U.S. government of illegally exporting U.S.-made aircraft parts to Iran said Wednesday he scrupulously followed regulations in the Netherlands and has received no word he is charged with a crime.



 
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