CEO Gets Decade in U.S. Prison for Illegal Exports to RussiaBy
Alexander Fishenko denied being ‘some kind of a secret agent’
Arc Electronics chief told U.S. judge he ‘loves’ America
A Russian-born chief executive officer who pleaded guilty to procuring millions of dollars of sophisticated microelectronics for Russia, including warfare defense systems used in fighter jets, was sentenced to 10 years in a U.S. prison by a judge who accepted his claims that he’s an immigrant who "loves" America.
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