Settlements

ST-309
Samir A. Vincent
Samir A. Vincent
United States
United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York
Iraq (UN Oil-for-Food)
2005
01/18
Unknown
Individual
Criminal
Guilty Plea
None
$0.00
$0
$0
Art.16
Art. 1
Conspiracy to Defraud the United States, Impersonating Agents of Foreign Governments, Violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, Fraud and False Statements
Conspiracy to Defraud the United States, Impersonating Agents of Foreign Governments, Violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, Fraud and False Statements
Yes
According to the Press Release by the United States Attorney for the Southern District, among that Office's UN Oil-for-Food investigations were "on January 18, 2005, SAMIR A. VINCENT, an Iraqi-American businessman, pleaded guilty before JudgeCHIN to, among other things, conspiring to serve in the United States as an unregistered agent of the Hussein regime." (Source: United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York Press Release, "Texas Oil Executive and Two Corporations Sentenced on Charges Involving a Scheme to Pay Secret Kickbacks to the Former Government of Saddam Hussein," March 7, 2008.) According to the Court Docket Report in his case, Vincent was not assessed monetary penalties. (Source: US v. Vincent et al, Case No. 1:05-cr-00059-DC (SDNY), Court Docket Report (accessed on October 26, 2011 via Pacer).