The memo also states the technology is on the International Traffic in Arms “Munitions List” and requires a license to be exported to a foreign country.
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“Punishment and deterrence is even more important,” Berenson wrote, “because, by knowingly stealing and selling military technology to anonymous purchasers on the internet, the defendant allowed anyone access to technology that the military intends to keep away from unfriendly foreign actors.”
A supplement to the memo by prosecutors was filed under seal. A message seeking comment from Sizemore’s attorney was not immediately returned.
There is not yet a sentencing memo filed by Sizemore’s attorney, according to the case docket.
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Between July 2013 and November 2016 in New York and elsewhere, Sizemore sold at least 38 pieces of military equipment on eBay for more than $50,000, court documents said.
The government has moved for a forfeiture money judgment of $96,451.60 in addition to $9,342.86 which was seized from Sizemore’s bank account.
Sizemore was arrested in 2016 at his home in Huber Heights.
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