News Footage / May 3, 2013

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Iraq still using phony bomb detectors at checkpoints James McCormick, a British businessman, made an estimated £50 million ($76 million/59 million euros) selling fake "bomb detectors" to Iraq and other countries. He was sentenced on Thursday to 10 years in jail for fraud. Despite the sentencing and overwhelming evidence that the devices are worthless, the Iraqi government has not taken them out of circulation. Images of a checkpoint in Baghad where the device is still in use
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Baghdad Iraq Middle East Western Asia Asia
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