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A Singapore man, who was in a US prison for several years after trying to funnel arms to a Sri Lanka’s LTTE, has been ordered to deport by a top US Court, media reports said.

Accordingly, 51-year-old Balraj Naidu in 2010 was convicted in Baltimore of conspiracy to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization and sentenced to nearly five years in prison, was deported and arrived in Singapore on Wednesday.
 
Prosecutors say Naidu tried to buy $900,000 in weapons from an undercover business in Maryland and he was part of a conspiracy to purchase weapons for the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka. 
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  • Fair N Square Friday, 20 December 2013 09:48 AM

    wonder how Singapore managed to get his release from a US prison before time... Worse yet, a TOP court orders him deported... interesting politics...

    Lets see what happens to the Indian deputy rep of mission who was arrested in NY..


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