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The mysterious saga of an Arizona arms dealer

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THIS STORY, FULL OF SPOOKS AND POLITICAL MISDIRECTION, TWISTS THE MIND. THE CIA IS INVOLVED. ALSO BULGARIAN ARMS MANUFACTURERS, BENGHAZI TERRORISTS, LIBYAN REBELS AND U.S. POLITICAL OPERATIVES.

In March 1987, an Arizona State University sophomore named Marc Chapman slipped into Old Main, a historic building on the Tempe campus, and ripped off $10,000 worth of computer equipment.

Within months, according to court records, he was a convicted felon, stripped of civil rights and barred from possessing firearms.

Twenty-four years later, in March 2011, an international arms dealer named Marc D. Turi set up a $534 million deal to ship military weapons from Eastern Europe to rebel fighters in Libya’s civil war.

Within months, according to court records, federal agents swarmed over Turi’s Scottsdale residence and seized his computer. He was charged with violating the U.S. Arms Export Control Act.

Seemingly unrelated incidents, but with a common denominator: The student and the arms merchant are just one person — a mysterious figure named Marc whose story contains all the elements of a spy novel.

Be advised that this saga, full of spooks and political misdirection, twists the mind. The CIA is involved. Also Bulgarian arms manufacturers, Benghazi terrorists, Libyan rebels and U.S. political operatives.

By the end, even Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump weave into a saga that had implications in America’s 2016 presidential election.

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/arizona-investigations/2016/11/20/mysterious-saga-arizona-arms-dealer/94023174/

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