The Justice Department didn’t name them. But here’s what we’ve learned so far about the employers of those arrested in Tuesday’s FCPA mega-bust:
• Daniel Alvirez, 32, and Lee Allen Tolleson, 25, the president and director of acquisitions and logistics at ALS Technologies Inc., a company in Bull Shoals, Ark., that manufactures and sells law enforcement and military equipment;
• Helmie Ashiblie, 44, the vice president and founder of i-Shot, a company in Woodbridge, Va., that supplies tactical bags and other security-related articles for law enforcement agencies and governments worldwide;
• Andrew Bigelow, 40, the managing partner and director of government programs for in Sarasota, Fla. ( LLCdba/ machinegun.com), a company that sells machine guns, grenade launchers and other small arms and accessories;
• R. Patrick Caldwell, 61, and Stephen Gerard Giordanella, 50, the current and former chief executive officers of Protective Products of America Inc, Sunrise, Fla., a company that designs and manufactures concealable and tactical body armor;
• Yochanan R. Cohen, a/k/a Yochi Cohen, 47, the chief executive officer of High Com Security, a San Francisco company that manufactures security equipment, including body armor and ballistic plates;
• Haim Geri, 50, the president of High Tech USA, a North Miami Beach, Fla., company that serves as a sales agent for companies in the law enforcement and military products industries;
• Amaro Goncalves, 49, the vice president of sales for Smith & Wesson Holding Corp, Springfield, Mass., a company that designs and manufactures firearms, firearm safety/security products, rifles, firearms systems and accessories;
• John Gregory Godsey, a/k/a Greg Godsey, 37, and Mark Frederick Morales, 37, the owner and agent of a Decatur, Ga., company that sells ammunition and other law enforcement and military equipment;
• Saul Mishkin, 38, the owner and chief executive officer of Orkil International LLC, an Aventura, Fla., company that sells law enforcement and military equipment;
• John M. Mushriqui, 28, and Jeana Mushriqui, 30, the director of international development and general counsel/U.S. manager of Mushriqui Consulting LLC, an Upper Darby, Penn., company that manufactures and exports bulletproof vests and other law enforcement and military equipment;
• David R. Painter, 56, and Lee M. Wares, 43, the chairman and director of a United Kingdom company that markets armored vehicles;
• Pankesh Patel, 43, the managing director of a United Kingdom company that acts as sales agent for companies in the law enforcement and military products industries;
• Ofer Paz, 50, the president and chief executive officer of Paz Logistics, an Israeli company that acts as sales agent for companies in the law enforcement and military products industries;
• Jonathan M. Spiller, 58, the owner and president of Jm Spiller & Assoc Inc, a Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., company that markets and sells law enforcement and military equipment;
• Israel Weisler, a/k/a Wayne Weisler, 63, and Michael Sachs, 66, owners and co-chief executive officers of U.S. Cavalry Store Inc., Stearns, Ky., company that designs, manufactures and sells armor products, including body armor;
• John Benson Wier III, 46, the president of SRT Supply Inc., a St. Petersburg, Fla., company that sells tactical and ballistic equipment.
Politico posted some background about the defendants here.
Readers are welcome to help us fill in the gaps.
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