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Topic - Patrick Campbell
A South Florida jury has acquitted a man on charges of attempting to illegally broker uranium ore shipments to Iran.
Trial is scheduled to begin in South Florida for an African man on charges of attempting to illegally broker uranium ore shipments to Iran.
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Bail was denied for a Sierra Leone man before he goes to trial on U.S. charges that he tried to broker a deal to ship uranium ore to Iran, The Associated Press reported.
Patrick Campbell, legislative director of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, said the concession may seem unfair to U.S. troops, who have less say in where they go and for how long.
"If you're a G.I. Joe on the ground, this could definitely frustrate you," Mr. Campbell said. "But anything they can do to get Iraqis in there willing to fight, I completely support."