Congress

June 24, 2008

Army flayed over 21-year-old's $298 million arms deal

A congressional investigation found that Efraim Diveroli — who's now 22 — was granted the contract even though he, his company, AEY, and a supplier he worked with were on a State Department watch list for suspicious international arms dealers. Pentagon officials blamed Diveroli, saying he didn't tell them he had problems previously.

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