Engineer Sold Stealth Secrets to China

An Indian-born engineer has been sentenced by a court in Hawaii to 32 years in prison for selling military secrets to China. From AP:

Prosecutors said Gowadia, who was born in India, helped China to design a cruise missile to get money to pay the $15,000-a-month mortgage on his luxurious home overlooking the ocean on Maui. They say he pocketed at least $110,000.

A federal jury in Honolulu found that Gowadia helped China to design a cruise missile exhaust nozzle that would give off less heat, allowing the missile to evade infrared radar detection and US heat-seeking missiles. The jury also found him guilty of attempting to sell classified stealth technology to the Swiss and businesses in Israel and Germany. The defence argued that Gowadia provided unclassified information only to China.

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