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--Former Professor Convicted of Arms Export Control Act Violations (September 3 & 4, 2008) University of Tennessee Professor Emeritus J. Reece Roth has been convicted on 18 charges of violating the Arms Export Control Act for sharing restricted technology with students from Iran and China. Roth allowed two graduate assistants access to data about a US Air Force defense project involving "plasma-based guidance systems for the wings of unmanned vehicles." Roth also was accused of taking reports and related studies in his laptop to China during a lecture tour in 2006, and having one report e-mailed to him there through a Chinese professor's Internet connection. He could technically be sentenced to a maximum of 10 years for each of 16 violations and a maximum of five years for the other two, but it is likely he will receive a considerably shorter sentence, "including the possibility of probation."





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