The Pentagon's Shopping List Of Weapons To Fight ISIS
The U.S. military's Special Operations Command is buying enough foreign weapons to equip a battalion. The contract may go to a troubled, tiny firm that has used subcontractors linked to Bulgarian organized crime, securities fraud, and bribery charges, and that previously tried to sell the U.S. 30-year-old weapons
Mobbed Up: Arms Dealer In American Anti-ISIS Effort Linked To Organized Crime
The U.S. military used a company with ties to a Bulgarian criminal to buy arms for Syrian rebels. Another executive involved in buying the weapons on behalf of the U.S. was found to have engaged in "fraud or deceit" with investors.