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Russian Pleads Guilty To Military Tech Conspiracy

(Wilmington, DE) -- A Russian arms dealer faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to a plot to illegally export military technology from the United States. Dmitry Ustinov was indicted in Wilmington last year and extradited months later after being arrested in Lithuania. In entering his plea Thursday, Ustinov admitted arranging international wire transfers to buy and ship night vision scopes and targeting devices from a Virginia-based company without proper export licenses.

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