Man pleads guilty to conspiracy to export military antennae to Singapore firm:

WASHINGTON—Rudolf L Cheung, 57, a resident of Massachusetts, pleaded guilty today in federal court in the District of Columba to conspiracy to violate the Arms Export Control Act in connection with the unlawful export of 55 military antennae from the United States to Singapore and Hong Kong. According to court documents filed in the case, in June 2006, a company in Singapore sent an inquiry to the firm that employs Cheung seeking a quotation for two types of antennae that are classified by the United States government as defense articles and may not be exported without a license or approval from the State Department.

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