Christopher Tappin, a retired British businessman charged with selling weapon parts to Iran, enters a guilty plea after reaching a deal with prosecutors on October 26, days before he was due to go on trial.
Tappin was arrested in the UK in 2010 and fought a lengthy battle against extradition, which he eventually lost in February 2012 and was flown to the US.
The defendant has always denied trying to sell batteries for surface-to-air missiles to Iran, claiming he was the victim of an FBI sting.
"I'm not a terrorist," Tappin said in April, after he was released on bail of $1 million. "I've never had any connections with terrorism and I'm just appalled that things could come to this sort of stage - especially in my life now, when I'm 65, been retired for four years and enjoying retirement."
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