Risk Level:
unknown %

Status:
Risk Alert – Entity in a problematic sector - Sector controlled by the Top Alert entities

Info:
Reportedly a German mechanical engineer living in Hong Kong who was involved in the purchase of 44 high-voltage switches that can trigger a nuclear explosion from a German company, Behlke Electronic GmbH;

Contacted in mid-2002 by Eddie Johansson, a Swede of Iranian origin, for help with the purchase, and according to German customs investigators, the switches were destined for Tehran;

Involved In:
Nuclear Weapon Program

Country:
Germany

Date of Iran-Related Activity:
2002

Reason for the color:
Reportedly a German mechanical engineer living in Hong Kong who was involved in the purchase of 44 high-voltage switches that can trigger a nuclear explosion from a German company, Behlke Electronic GmbH Contacted in mid-2002 by Eddie Johansson, a Swede of Iranian origin, for help with the purchase, and according to German customs investigators, the switches were destined for Tehran


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IFMAT Color Guide

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We sort entities who are connected with terrorist activities, in two sections, first by risk and second by geolocation.
GeoLocation divisions are divided into two fields, Black List and Gray List.
BlackList is a list of all companies, organizations and figures who originate from Iran.
GrayList is a list of all companies, organizations and figures out of Iranian borders, and doing business with Iran.
We identify risk of entities by COLOR selection, each color marks the risk level of the entity.(by declining order)
 
TOP ALERT
Designated / Sanctioned / Illicit entities
 
HIGH ALERT
Entities affiliated with Designated / Sanctioned / Illicit entities.
 
MEDIUM ALERT
Entities sanctioned in the past for Terror or Illicit activities / WMD related / Human rights violations.
 
RISK ALERT
Entities in a problematic sector - Sector controlled by the Top Alert entities.
 
GENERAL ALERT
Legitimate entities - we cannot determine whether an entity is completely green, and that is due to the facts that the Iranian economy is not transparent enough for us. Be sure.