State Metals, exec fined for sale of military parts to China

Oct 26, 2006 | 07:24 AM | Paul Schaffer

The inclusion of unmangled missile-guidance parts in an aluminum scrap shipment loaded for China in 2004 led to fines and probation Wednesday for State Metal Industries Co., Camden, N.J., and for Michael Dorfman, a company vice president.

State Metal will have its activities supervised for three years and will pay $250,000. Dorfman received two years' probation and was fined $5,000 at the hearing in Newark, N.J. The defendants pleaded guilty in June to violating the terms....

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