Aman Khan of Riverside was sentenced to four years in federal prison and $1.5 million in restitution Sept. 26 for selling airplane parts to NATO, NASA and other companies with falsified documents.
He had pleaded guilty to the crime June 6.
“By selling fraudulent and unapproved parts to companies in the aircraft industry, defendant caused the risk that his parts would be installed on commercial and military aircraft instead of genuine aircraft parts. In so doing, defendant consciously and recklessly caused a risk of death or serious bodily injury to aircraft passengers and to the general public.”from the plea agreement
It’s Khan’s, 73, second sentence for aircraft parts