Did Amazon send items to possible terrorists?

It’s possible Amazon violated U.S. sanctions

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Amazon is under investigation after the company delivered orders to an Iranian Embassy and to an individual who may have committed or supported terrorism.

Fortune says that a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission says the company delivered thousands of dollars worth of items to individuals and entities connected with Iran.

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The filing says that the online giant also sent products to someone who is designated under Executive Order 13224.

An order introduced by George W. Bush in 2001 that blocks and prohibits transactions "With Persons Who Commit, Threaten To Commit, or Support Terrorism."

It's possible Amazon violated U.S. sanctions against the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act.

The filing says that the review "is ongoing and we are enhancing our processes designed to identify transactions associated with individuals and entities covered by the ITRA."

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