USA: Shahtoosh Dealers Plead Guilty To Illegal Sale Of Shawls
Importers of shawls made from the hair of a rare and highly protected Tibetan antelope entered guilty pleas yesterday in Newark, NJ, federal court, marking the first criminal prosecution in the United States for the illegal sale of smuggled shahtoosh shawls, according to US Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agent Tara Donn.
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