Yesterday, the U.S. indicted five Singapore citizens and one Iranian on charges of illegally exporting electronic equipment to Iran that was used to construct improvised explosive devices (IEDs) discovered in Iraq. The suspects were charged with sending 6,000 radio frequency modules to Iran through Singapore starting in 2007. The modules, which have legitimate uses, were used in sophisticated IEDs in Iraq and discovered in unexploded bombs in 2008, 2009, and 2010.
Clich HERE to read the U.S. Justice Department press release on this indictment.
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