George Mason student charged with selling ‘ghost guns’ and automatic trigger devices


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A George Mason University student described by federal prosecutors as an “active trafficker of firearms” for his alleged sale of homemade pistols with no serial numbers and devices to convert guns into automatic weapons was arraigned this week in federal court in Alexandria.

Davud Sungur, 20, was arrested in March after allegedly selling eight guns to undercover Fairfax County police officers, court records show.

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