Chinese Man Pleads Guilty In Illegal Military Exports Case

Law360, New York (August 1, 2012, 7:00 PM EDT) -- A Macau resident accused of attempting to buy military communications equipment to send to China pled guilty Tuesday to a charge of conspiracy to violate export laws, after reaching a plea agreement.

Chi Tong Kuok, who had previously been convicted on four counts of conspiracy and attempts to export defense materials without a license — a verdict the Ninth Circuit partly overturned in January — pled guilty to the first count of the government's indictment, which alleged he had conspired to export items on the U.S....
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