So this is a horrific.
A Briton being extradited to the US for allegedly selling batteries for Iranian missiles described his treatment as "a disgrace" as he arrived at Heathrow.
Basically he had an import/export business, he was tasked by a dutch company to move some batteries from Texas to Amsterdam and used a company to get an export license for the batteries. The company he used didn't do the job and get the license, the Texan exporter was actually the US authorities in some sort of sting operation and now this 65 year old is going to a cell for 2 years whilst being on trial. The problem was that the batteries where destined for Iran.
I can't imagine the US would send one of theirs over to us under the same circumstances.
Anyhoo, thoughts? Did the guy know he was exporting the batteries with a license?
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