Date: Jun 28, 2015
By: William Lowther / Staff reporter in Washington
A Taiwanese businessman has pleaded guilty in San Antonio, Texas, to charges of violating trade embargoes and sanctions by sending computer parts that could be used in military systems to Iran.
Kunlin Hsieh, a 44-year-old sales manager for JunBon Enterprises Co Ltd, faces up to 20 years in federal prison when he is sentenced in September.
He was specifically charged with conspiracy to violate the US’ International Emergency Economic Powers Act and the Iranian Transaction Regulations. [FULL STORY]