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United Kingdom

Owner and Chief Executive Officer

United Kingdom

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United Kingdom

Owner

Sabre Defence Industries LLC

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Sabre Defence Industries LLC

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The alleged fraud included ...

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The alleged fraud included British owner and CEO Guy Savage and Nashville officials using "phony shipping documents" and invoices from "fairy land," sending gun parts overseas under false bottoms in shipping containers and stamping silencers illegally imported from Finland as if they were manufactured in Nashville, according to the affidavits.

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Webb said Savage has an extradition hearing this week in Britain.
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The unsealed records paint a picture of Savage, having purchased the Nashville gun manufacturer formerly known as Ramo Defense Systems in 2002, with the hope of shipping parts to his British company, also named Sabre, and hoping to score US defense contracts.
When US authorities threw up roadblocks, Savage turned to illegal means to keep guns and parts flowing between his US and UK companies to remain competitive.
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In 2004, Shearon wrote Savage an e-mail stating, "The 100 barrels without chambers will be ready Mon. or Tues. if we can find someone dumb enough to sign the shipping documents we will send them to you.


The company's British owner, ...

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The company's British owner, Guy Savage, 42, will face an extradition hearing in London on Tuesday.

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They face sentencing in August and are expected to testify against Savage in court and cooperate with the ongoing investigation.
The indictment accuses Sabre officials of smuggling hundreds of weapons parts, including 5.56 mm rifle assemblies, .223 caliber rifle assemblies, AR-15 bolt catches and gun silencers, between 2003 and 2009. All of the items require a license to export and import. Recently unsealed court documents revealed that an informant told federal agents that Sabre would send rifle parts to Savage's UK factory where they were assembled and sold to countries such as the United Arab Emirates and Jordan.
Agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives have been working with police in England to search and seize documents and other materials from Savage's businesses in what they described as one of the largest international weapons trafficking cases in years.
After the indictment was unsealed last month, agents went to Savage's home in England and shot out the tires of his Mercedes during his arrest, according to a report from a British newspaper. Savage appeared in court and was later released on bond.
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The indictment alleges that Sabre employees were directed by Savage to illegally export the gun parts to England after the company was denied licenses to export. The company hid the parts by making false claims on the shipping documents and maintained two sets of accounting records to hide the illegal activities, according to the indictment. ATF agents raided both the Nashville factory and an off-site storage facility last year.
In a 2004 e-mail from Savage to Hill and Shearon, the indictment says, Savage explained there was a big interest in the weapons as the war in Iraq started heating up. In a 2004 e-mail from Savage to Hill and Shearon, the indictment says, Savage explained there was a big interest in the weapons as the war in Iraq started heating up.
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ICE also discovered an e-mail between Savage, Curlett and others that discussed shipping thousands of ammunition magazines to Jordan.
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The informant said Savage instead had the parts shipped from Tennessee to England, where they were assembled and then exported to the UAE.
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Savage has previously been convicted of multiple firearms charges in the Knightsbridge Crown Court in England. He was convicted in 1995 on three counts of transferring a prohibited automatic weapon and two counts of possessing prohibited weapons. He was given conditional discharges and was fined.


The alleged fraud included ...

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The alleged fraud included British owner and CEO Guy Savage and Nashville officials using "phony shipping documents" and invoices from "fairy land," sending gun parts overseas under false bottoms in shipping containers and stamping silencers illegally imported from Finland as if they were manufactured in Nashville, according to the affidavits.(backslash)

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Webb said Savage has an extradition hearing this week in the United Kingdom.
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The unsealed records paint a picture of Savage, having purchased the Nashville gun manufacturer formerly known as Ramo Defense Systems in 2002, with the hope of shipping parts to his British company, also named Sabre, and hoping to score U.S. defense contracts. When U.S. authorities threw up roadblocks, Savage turned to illegal means to keep guns and parts flowing between his U.S. and U.K. companies to remain competitive.
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In 2004, Shearon wrote Savage an email stating, "The 100 barrels without chambers will be ready Mon. or Tues. if we can find someone dumb enough to sign the shipping documents we will send them to you."


What else has been happening this week

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Guy Savage

Guy joins the English department of Tereora College from Wanganui Collegiate.
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Guy has played representative cricket for Wellington and coached many school teams in both cricket and rugby.
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Fishing, snorkelling and playing cricket are among the things new Tereora College English teacher Guy Savage and wife Anna are keen to do when they are not in the classroom.
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In fact, Anna's father was born in Tonga, so we have a love for the islands," says Guy.
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Guy has spent the past 16 years teaching at Wanganui Collegiate, a private boarding school for boys, and before that he taught at Kings College in Auckland for 10 years. He says teaching at boarding schools means you are more involved with students instead of just seeing them in the classroom.
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Guy and Anna are keen to get involved in community events and activities .


Industry News: Volume 3, Number 2

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Named as defendants in a 21-count indictment were Sabre Defence Industries (SDI) owner Guy Savage, SDI president Charles Shearon, SDI CFO Elmer Hill, Michael Curlett, SDI-U.S. sales manager, and SDI-U.S. international shipping and purchasing manager Arnold See.

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Savage was arrested in the United Kingdom and the United States has requested extradition.
According to the indictment, the defendants were part of a conspiracy to illegally import and export regulated firearms and firearm components and technology to and from the United States. The indictment alleges that Savage directed the illegal activities from his personal residences in the United Kingdom, as well as from a related company owned by Savage, Sabre Defence Industries LTD, located in the United Kingdom.

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