Federal prosecutors unsealed an indictment against a Washington, D.C., lobbyist Tuesday for allegedly violating sanctions against the government of Sudan.

According to the Justice Department, Robert Cabelly, a former State Department official and managing director of C/R International, did work for the Sudanese without permission from the U.S. government. The firm allegedly brokered business contracts for the country, and gave it “sensitive” U.S. government information.

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