Efraim Diveroli wanted to follow in his father's footsteps, and become a weapons dealer. He wanted to live a life of fame and fortune, and what better way to do that than to bid on government weapon contracts? He was able to land a few smaller contracts for around $100,000 - but he wanted to land the mother load of all contracts, which in fact, he did. He was able to outbid the most profitable international weapons dealers.
When signing the contract, Diveroli noticed that one of the conditions of the arrangement that he wasn't allowed to buy any Chinese ammunition - which was a problem for him, because it was much cheaper to buy, and he usually bought his weapons and ammo from China.
Diveroli was now stuck between a rock, and a lengthy prison sentence, and he decided he needed to buy the ammo from China. He sent the ammo to his business partner to be repackaged, and he even told the United States government this is what he was doing - and they gave him the O.K.
Typically, those multi-billion dollar companies that Diveroli was able to outbid looked into his small company, and saw that there was only a handful of employees. The companies made false claims of fraud (based on virtually nothing) which caused the IRS to investigate Diveroli's weapons dealing business.
They discovered the situation with the Chinese ammo, and all the illegal transactions Diveroli had participated in, and arrested him, as well as one of his business partners. His foreign business partner went missing and hasn't been found, and the man who repackaged the Chinese ammunition wound up dead a few weeks after Diveroli's arrest!
You HAVE to read the full story! It's quite incredible!