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Two men plead guilty to helping send electronics found in weapons to Russia

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Two men plead guilty to helping send electronics found in weapons to Russia
July 10, 2024
Jack Forrest - CNN

(CNN) — A Brooklyn man and a Montreal resident have pleaded guilty for their roles in working with sanctioned Russian entities to ship millions of dollars of equipment to Russia that was later found in seized Russian equipment and signals intelligence equipment in Ukraine.

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