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The Pentagon entrusted a 22-y.o. previously arrested for domestic violence and having a forged driving licence to be the main supplier of ammunition to Afghan forces at the height of the battle against the Taliban.
AEY, essentially a one-man operation based in an unmarked office in Miami Beach, Fl, was awarded a contract worth $300m to supply the Afghan army and police in January last year. The NY Times reported AEY's president, Efraim Diversoli, 22, supplied stock that was 40 y.o. and rotting..
Diversoli appears to have had a lucrative run. He told the newspaper his firm had won contracts worth at least $200m each year since 2004. AEY also supplied weapons to US agencies, and rifles to Iraqi forces.
Originally posted by gottago
reply to post by Britguy
Agreed, none of this adds up. He had Pentagon contracts worth $200 milion in 2004? He was barely 18 y.o. in 2004, forchrissakes! This is criminally precocious.