Recently released Court documents show that con artists convinced a U.S. Defense Contractor to send them millions of dollars worth of sensitive military equipment. The equipment was so top-secret that “even a photograph [is] considered controlled.”
The “highly sensitive communications interception equipment” was valued at $3.2 million. The manufacturer is identified in legal documents only as “Company B,” and is located in Maryland. The scammers acquired the military equipment by posing as a Navy Contracting Officer named “Daniel Drunz” and sent fake purchase orders to acquire the top-secret technology.
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