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Tuesday, March 15, 2005
"U.S. authorities charged 18 people in an alleged scheme to smuggle grenade launchers, shoulder-fired missiles and other Russian military weapons into the United States," Michael Weissenstein of the AP writes in a story published today. "The arrests resulted from a yearlong investigation in which an FBI informant posed as an arms buyer who claimed to have ties to al-Qaida."
Assuming this is true, it would have been interesting if a little test had been done to see if they could get the weapons in.