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Attempted Sale of Sensitive Technology Overseas Results in Punishment

An Orange County businessman who repeatedly lied to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security about efforts to give a foreign nation sophisticated infrared and ultraviolet camouflaging capability paint used by U.S. armed forces hoped for punishment leniency. Jay Soh, a 1983 immigrant from South Korea, argued for no prison time because he and his wife …

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Source: OC Weekly

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