This is a discussion on Fla. man charged in weapons contracting case within the Law Enforcement, Military & Homeland Security Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Published: 6/20/08, 4:46 PM EDT MIAMI (AP) - A 22-year-old Miami Beach man who had a contract with the U.S. military has been charged with ...
Published: 6/20/08, 4:46 PM EDT
MIAMI (AP) - A 22-year-old Miami Beach man who had a contract with the U.S. military has been charged with providing prohibited Chinese-made ammunition and saying it came from Albania.
Efraim (EF'-rem) Diveroli and two others charged in the scheme made their first appearance in federal court in Miami on Friday afternoon. A fourth man was being charged in Utah.
In March, the Army told Efraim Diveroli that his Miami Beach company was suspended from government contract work pending the outcome of a criminal investigation.
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Lesson--don't lie to the military about your ammunition sources, I guess.
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He was also uncrating old junk ammo so they couldn't check dates it was made and sending it to IRAQ where the IRAQ military said it was untrustworthy ,had been stored in a way that caused it to deteriorate etc.In other words he was running a scam and got caught
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