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April 9, 1991 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bush Administration allowed a New Jersey company to export $1-million worth of precision electronic parts to Iraq in 1989, even though the American businessman who negotiated the deal informed three U.S. government agencies that the devices could be used in ballistic missiles. But, Ronald Waugaman said, government officials told him that as long as the "end user"--the Iraqi State Electrical Ministry--stated a civilian use on the export application, there was no problem with the shipment.
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April 9, 1991 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Bush Administration allowed a New Jersey company to export $1-million worth of precision electronic parts to Iraq in 1989, even though the American businessman who negotiated the deal informed three U.S. government agencies that the devices could be used in ballistic missiles. But, Ronald Waugaman said, government officials told him that as long as the "end user"--the Iraqi State Electrical Ministry--stated a civilian use on the export application, there was no problem with the shipment.
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January 21, 1989 | From Associated Press
A man was charged with stealing a forklift after leading police on one of the slowest chases on record. "I guess you could say we had a high-speed chase at 7 m.p.h.," police Lt. Ronald Waugaman said. Clinton J. Gandy, 48, of Greensburg, allegedly hopped on the forklift Thursday, turned the key, which had been left in the ignition, and drove off. An employee of Overly Manufacturing Co., which owns the vehicle, called police, and a cruiser quickly caught up with the driver.
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