NJ man charged with faking documents to sell scrapped and rejected airplane engine parts

 Wednesday, May 15, 2013

 Fox News

A New Jersey man has been charged with running a scheme to sell airplane parts that had been scrapped or rejected. The U.S. attorney’s office says Edgewater resident Gideon Vaisman and others bought scrapped airplane engine parts and created fake paper trails to hide the fact the parts had been rejected by licensed repair facilities. Authorities say the parts were cleaned and sanded at a facility in Suffern, N.Y., and were sold to aircraft owners.
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