Millionaire McCormick guilty of fake bomb detector scam
23 April 2013 Last updated at 23:33 BST
Millionaire businessman James McCormick, 56, has been convicted at the Old Bailey of three counts of fraud after selling fake bomb detectors.
The Advanced Detection Equipment was based on a golf ball finder device and sold for up to $40,000 (£27,000) in Iraq, Georgia, Saudi Arabia and Niger.
McCormick, of Langport, Somerset, marketed the detectors to military, governments and police and the UN, making an estimated £50m.
Caroline Hawley reports.