Bribery Probe of Arms Supply Industry Points to Georgia

The U.S. Justice Department's FCPA investigation of corruption in the international defense supply industry is shining a light on the role Israeli brokers played in preparing the Caucasian republic of Georgia go to war against Russia in 2008. Georgian Ministry of Defense officials allegedly accepted bribes to purchase 21 million rounds of ammunition from a U.S. source. Three defendants in the FBI's massive FCPA sting case are implicated.

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