Najib (nah-JEEB') Shemami (shuh-MAH'-me) pleaded guilty Friday to aiding Iraq without approval from the U.S. government. The 60-year-old was accused of traveling to Iraq to report on U.S. and Turkish military activities and supply information about Iraqi natives living in the United States.
Shemami likely faces about four years in prison.
His case began with documents obtained by the government after the U.S. invasion of Iraq.
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