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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Sanjeet "Sonny" Veen
A prominent Maryland businessman, who has given generously to Republican and Democrats alike over the years, pleaded guilty to felony charges that he embezzled millions of dollars from one of the nation's largest tire companies.
By appearances, the past decade has been good for Sanjeet "Sonny" Veen and his Rockville, Md.-based international tire business. However, his success, along with his freedom, now stand threatened by a pending federal indictment in Mississippi.