The dozen-plus indictments filed by special counsel Robert Mueller last week roiled U.S. politics and detailed a remarkable Russian operation to influence American public opinion. But for those wondering whether the indictments might now lead to arrests or extradition from Russia for its 13 alleged
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Viktor Bout, Notorious Arms Dealer, Sentenced to 25 Years By New York Court
Infamous Arms Dealer Was Convicted of Attempting to Sell Weapons to Colombian Terrorists
A New York jury has convicted the so-called "Merchant of Death," Viktor Bout , on charges he tried to sell weapons to Colombian terrorists with the knowledge they were intended for use against Americans. "Viktor Bout was ready to sell a weapons arsenal that would be the envy of some small
The trial of alleged arms dealer Viktor Bout , the so-called " Merchant of Death " whose globe-spanning career inspired the movie "Lord of War," began Wednesday in New York, with federal prosecutors charging that Bout wanted to kill Americans and sold weapons to anti-American rebels. According to
Viktor Bout , the so-called "merchant of death", suspected of being one of the world's biggest arms smugglers, is in the custody of U.S. officials , and has arrived in New York, where he will face trial, after a nearly 2-year legal fight that began with his 2008 arrest in Thailand. Bout has been
Victor Bout sold death, the government alleges, and now he faces life. Dubbed the "Merchant of Death" for his reputed international arms deals, including the alleged attempted sale of weapons to terrorists, Bout was extradited from Thailand to New York following a two-year negotiation process. The
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