USA v. Caby, Ali, et al.
Miami, FL


[SDFL] Ali Caby, a U.S. permanent resident currently residing in Bulgaria; Arash Caby of Miami, Florida; and Marjan Caby, 34, of Miami, Florida, were charged by indictment for their alleged participation in a conspiracy to violate the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), and the Global Terrorism Sanctions Regulations by exporting dual-use goods, that is, articles that have both civilian and military application. The dual-use goods were exported to Syrian Arab Airlines, the Syrian government's airline, which is an entity designated and blocked by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control for transporting weapons and ammunition to Syria in conjunction with Hizballah, a terrorist organization, and the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). Also charged in the indictment were Adib Zeno, Rizk Ali, Ammar Al Mounajed, Zhelyaz Andreev, Mihaela Nenova, Lyubka Hristova, Iskren Georgiev, Ivan Sergiev, and Syrian Arab Airlines, a/k/a "Syrian Air."

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