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Australian Man Indicted on Charges of Exporting Military Related Equipment to Iran

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

At a time when Iran is not a very popular nation around the world, the feds have indicted an Australian man and his company on charges of conspiring to export sensitive military technology from the U.S. to Iran.

Fed authorities in D.C. on Wednesday indicted David Levick, 50, an Australian national, and his company ICM Components in Thorleigh, Australia, for trying to export components with applications in missiles, drones, torpedoes, and helicopters.

Levick, who is the general manager of ICM Components, remains at large and is believed to be in Australia, authorities said.

Authorities said that from March 2007 to about March 15, 2009, Levick and ICM solicited purchase orders from a representative of a trading company in Iran for U.S.-origin aircraft parts and other goods.

The person in Iran also operated and controlled companies in Malaysia that acted as intermediaries for the Iranian trading company.


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