US accuses Russian emigrant smuggling microchips in Russia

According to prosecutors, the defendant supplied programmable microchips dual-use that can be used in both the civilian and military spheres. If convicted he could face 20 years in prison.
Russian emigrant, a US citizen Flayder Paul (Pavel Semenovich Flider) arrested in California on charges of illegally exporting to Russia microchip dual-reported US Department of Justice
According to investigators, 65 year old Flayder, being a co-owner of Trident International Corporation, bought from US companies electronic components and export them to Russia through Estonia and Finland, bypassing of US export laws and regulations.
According to prosecutors, the defendant supplied to Russia programmable computer microchips dual-use that can be used in both the civilian and military spheres. The investigation alleges that as a result created accused of smuggling scheme through the banks of the Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Cyprus and Hong Kong, it had received more than $ 60 million.
Flayder was arrested on March 18 in San Rafael (CA). The first hearing in his case shall be held on Monday 23 March. If convicted he could face 20 years in prison.

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