Robert Sensi

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Born Robert Mario Sensi


Robert Mario Sensi was regional sales manager for Kuwait Airways Corporation in Washington, D.C. On August 14, 1986, a complaint charging defendant with interstate transportation of stolen property in violation of 18 U.S.C. Sec. 2314 (1982) was filed in United States District Court for the District of Columbia. A warrant for his arrest issued the same day. He was arrested in London on August 22, 1986.

On September 18, 1986, a grand jury investigating defendant's alleged conduct returned a twenty-six count indictment charging defendant with the felonies of mail fraud, possession and receipt of stolen securities, first degree theft and transportation of stolen securities. On September 26, 1986, the US applied for his extradition.[1]

1988 Criminal Trial

At the criminal trial of Robert Sensi in 1988, in exchange for Sensi agreeing not to reveal information about the identities or code names of CIA agents with whom Sensi dealt, and agreeing not to reveal the places and times when he met with CIA agents, the CIA stipulated that Sensi had been affiliated with the CIA. The CIA's admission about Sensi was widely reported in contemporaneous press reports of Sensi's trial. The final version of the stipulation, signed on behalf of the CIA by a representative of the U.S. government, seems to have since disappeared from the court records.

Sensi's draft stipulation, signed by his attorneys Stephen Saltzburg and Richard Hirschfeld, is available online.[2]

2015 Criminal Trial

Sensi was found guilty in 2015 of Fraudulent Transfer under California's Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act, Unjust Enrichment, and Constructive Trust.[3][4]


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