11/14/2003 7:15:32 AM By: Associated Press (Albuquerque-AP) -- A former Halliburton Company employee says even though he thought it was illegal—he helped complete the sale of mini-warheads to a Canadian explosives expert. Mitchell Hambright took the stand yesterday in the federal court trial of David Hudak. He is accused of stockpiling more than 2,400 shoulder-launchable missile warheads and using U.S. defense techniques to train foreign troops.GET YOUR BEST HEADLINES AT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED
Hudak operated an anti-terrorism training business in Roswell. He faces a mandatory 50 years in prison if convicted.Hambright said the merchandise was not of any use to the Halliburton subsidiary and he went along with orders to move it in spite of his concerns.