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Significant Prison Term in Latest Extradition Case by DOJ’s Antitrust Division

Mark L. Krotoski, Morgan Lewis Lawflash, June 2017

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On June 12, 2017, a former Israeli executive was sentenced to 30 months in prison and ordered to pay $41,170 in restitution and $7,500 as a criminal fine following his recent conviction for defrauding the Foreign Military Financing (FMF) program administered by the US Department of Defense. The foreign executive is the fifth to be extradited and prosecuted in the United States by the Antitrust Division (division) of the US Department of Justice (DOJ). The sentence is also the second longest in an extradition case prosecuted by the division to date, following the 63-month sentence imposed last year on a Canadian executive.

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