A U.S. District Court judge sentenced a Dalton, Ga., company’s CEO to 18 months in prison for violating the country’s trade embargo on Iran. Mark Mason Alexander sold water-jet cutting machines (machines that use high water pressure to cut through metal and other tough surfaces) to a pair of Iranian companies, a violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.
A U.S. District Court judge sentenced a Dalton, Ga., company’s CEO to 18 months in prison for violating the country’s trade embargo on Iran. Mark Mason Alexander sold water-jet cutting machines (machines that use high water pressure to cut through metal and other tough surfaces) to a pair of Iranian companies, a violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act.
published Wednesday, January 8th, 2014
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