Arms Dealer Gets 3 Years In Iran Export Case

Law360, New York (September 22, 2010, 3:46 PM EDT) -- A federal judge on Wednesday sentenced confessed arms dealer Jacques Monsieur to three years in prison, less than half the time prosecutors had sought.

Monsieur, who pled guilty to one charge relating to a conspiracy to export F-5 fighter jet engines and parts from the U.S. to Iran in 2009, will serve 23 months in prison, having already spent 13 months behind bars, and will be transferred to immigration officials for possible deportation upon his release, according to a ruling by Chief Judge William H. Steele...
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