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A shadowy Russian arms dealer was convicted yesterday of seeking to make millions of dollars by selling heavy weaponry to a terror group so it could attack what prosecutors said he told his customers was a common enemy—U.S. forces helping the Colombian government. A Southern District jury reached the verdict in the case against Viktor Bout after deliberating for about six hours over two days. He was convicted of conspiracy to kill Americans and U.S. officials, deliver anti-aircraft missiles and aid a terrorist organization.

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