UNITED STATES V. ARSHAD PERVEZ, CRIMINAL NUMBER 87-00283, EXHIBITS 24 THROUGH 38-37
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get citationThe exhibits included Pervez’s notebooks with such incriminating language as “atom” and “military.” Moreover, “my expert is procurement manager for nuclear plant.” A letter from Ul-Haq to Pervez from early 1987 demonstrated that this was more than a business venture: “personal interests must not be allowed to overtake national interests.”"United States v. Arshad Pervez, Criminal Number 87-00283, Exhibits 24 through 38-37," November, 1987, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Department of State mandatory declassification review release. Obtained and contributed by William Burr for NPIHP Research Update No. 24. http://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/118585
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