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March 12, 1992 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A leading Japanese military contractor pleaded guilty Wednesday to illegally selling Iran critical components to maintain U.S.-made jet fighters during Iran's long war with Iraq. Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Ltd. immediately paid a $10-million fine and was assessed an additional $5-million civil penalty by the State Department, which licenses defense-related U.S. exports. U.S. Attorney Jay B.
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March 12, 1992 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A leading Japanese military contractor pleaded guilty Wednesday to illegally selling Iran critical components to maintain U.S.-made jet fighters during Iran's long war with Iraq. Japan Aviation Electronics Industry Ltd. immediately paid a $10-million fine and was assessed an additional $5-million civil penalty by the State Department, which licenses defense-related U.S. exports. U.S. Attorney Jay B.
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September 5, 1991 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A federal grand jury Wednesday indicted one of Japan's leading military contractors, a Florida company and five individuals on charges of conspiring to ship to Iran critical components needed to maintain U.S.-made jets during Iran's lengthy war with Iraq. "This alleged illegal diversion of sensitive American military technology contributed substantially to the capabilities of the Iranian Air Force and was critical to the maintenance of fighter aircraft sold to Iran," U.S. Atty. Jay B.
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September 5, 1991 | RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A federal grand jury Wednesday indicted one of Japan's leading military contractors, a Florida company and five individuals on charges of conspiring to ship to Iran critical components needed to maintain U.S.-made jets during Iran's lengthy war with Iraq. "This alleged illegal diversion of sensitive American military technology contributed substantially to the capabilities of the Iranian Air Force and was critical to the maintenance of fighter aircraft sold to Iran," U.S. Atty. Jay B.
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July 16, 1992 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Dutch company and four employees were indicted Wednesday on charges of illegally selling military thermal-imaging equipment with U.S. components to Iraq four months after the invasion of Kuwait. The indictment by a federal grand jury here said the devices were part of a $35-million contract between Delft Instruments N. V. of Holland and the Iraqi government. The deal was financed by the Atlanta branch of Italy's Banca Nazionale del Lavoro.
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