US Army Investigates Illegal Resale of Pork Products in Kuwait

The US Army has confirmed that it is investigating alleged illegal sale of pork products in Kuwait by US soldiers.

The US Army has confirmed that it is investigating alleged illegal sale of pork products in Kuwait by US soldiers.

US Army Criminal Investigation Command public affairs chief Christopher Grey said, “I can confirm Special Agents from the US Army Criminal Investigation Command are investigating allegations of abuse and illegal resale of pork products at [Army and Air Force Exchange Service] in Kuwait.”

“Due to the ongoing investigation, no further information will be released at this time to protect the integrity of the investigative process,” the chief added.

According to a report by Task & Purpose, selling pork in Kuwait could be punished with prison sentences between three to six years and fines of at least $165,00 to $330,000.


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