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Export Partners Plead Guilty Over Missile Material, Landmine

Law360, Los Angeles (April 1, 2015, 8:34 PM EDT) -- Two partners of a foreign export company pled guilty Wednesday to charges they violated U.S. export regulations by attempting to ship missile-making materials and a landmine from New York City to Egypt, according to federal prosecutors.

Egyptian citizens Malak Neseem Swares Boulos and Amged Kamel Yonan Tawdraus, partners in AMA United Group, admitted to violating the Arms Export Control and failing to file required export information relating to the international shipment of a landmine and multiple bomb bodies on behalf of its client, a factory in...
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