U.S. professor guilty in military secrets case

WASHINGTON– A retired University of Tennessee professor was convicted of…

WASHINGTON– A retired University of Tennessee professor was convicted of violating U.S arms export controls and knowingly disclosing restricted U.S. military data to a Chinese national. Reese Roth, a professor of electrical engineering, was found guilty on 17 counts of conspiracy, fraud and violating the Arms Export Act, the Justice Department said.

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