Australian man pleads guilty after trying to sell missiles for North Korea
Chan Han Choi pleaded guilty to two counts of violating U.N. and Australian sanctions against the DPRK
An Australian national pleaded guilty to violating sanctions-related laws by trying to sell missiles, military equipment and coal on behalf of North Korea in late 2017.
Chan Han Choi, a former South Korean national, pleaded guilty to two counts of violating Australia’s Charter of the United Nations Act and Autonomous Sanctions Act, according to an indictment notice seen by NK Pro on Wednesday. Choi also pleaded guilty to attempting to illegally purchase petroleum fuel for North Korea in 2017.
Choi previously faced up to seven charges for violating various sanctions-related laws. But, according to the indictment
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