This June 26, 2012 photo shows Sumbat Tonoyan at a prison in Rustavi, Georgia. The dairy farmer who went bankrupt was one of two smugglers arrested with highly enriched uranium in 2010. They had obtained the material from Armenian Garik Dadaian and were offering it as a sample of a larger quantity. In separate interviews, each man blamed the other for the idea of smuggling uranium, and talked of financial hardship. Tonoyan said a bank had seized his house after his dairy factory collapsed. "I didn't have a job and I couldn't pay the bank," he said in Russian through an interpreter. (AP Photo)

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This June 26, 2012 photo shows Sumbat Tonoyan at a prison in Rustavi, Georgia. The dairy farmer who went bankrupt was one of two smugglers arrested with highly enriched uranium in 2010. They had obtained the material from Armenian Garik Dadaian and were offering it as a sample of a larger quantity. In separate interviews, each man blamed the other for the idea of smuggling uranium, and talked of financial hardship. Tonoyan said a bank had seized his house after his dairy factory collapsed. "I didn't have a job and I couldn't pay the bank," he said in Russian through an interpreter. (AP Photo)
This June 26, 2012 photo shows Sumbat Tonoyan at a prison in Rustavi, Georgia. The dairy farmer who went bankrupt was one of two smugglers arrested with highly enriched uranium in 2010. They had obtained the material from Armenian Garik Dadaian and were offering it as a sample of a larger quantity. In separate interviews, each man blamed the other for the idea of smuggling uranium, and talked of financial hardship. Tonoyan said a bank had seized his house after his dairy factory collapsed. "I didn't have a job and I couldn't pay the bank," he said in Russian through an interpreter. (AP Photo)
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