U.S. Charges Iranian With Alleged Conspiring to Violate Sanctions

The New York Times on July 12, 2012 released the following:


An Iranian man has been charged in Manhattan with conspiring to violate the Iranian trade embargo and to commit money laundering in a scheme to ship American industrial goods to Iran for use by petrochemical companies there, the United States attorney’s office said Thursday. The defendant, Saeed Talebi, 40, was arrested at Kennedy International Airport as he arrived in the United States on Wednesday; if convicted, he faces a maximum 20-year prison sentence on each of the two counts, prosecutors said. Mr. Talebi entered a plea of not guilty in a court appearance on Thursday; he was held without bond.”


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