After being found guilty of selling more than £55 million worth of fake bomb detectors to numerous security hotspots, including Iraq, Jim McCormick was sentenced to 10 years in jail Thursday. It’s the maximum sentence for the three counts of fraud he was charged with. McCormick sold items billed as explosive- and drug-detecting devices for as much as £10,000 each, but in reality, they were based on novelty golf-ball locators that typically retail for roughly £15. A group of Iraqi exiles is calling for at least £7 million in compensation from McCormick, whom they blame for thousands of lost lives and injuries in Iraq. The justice called his fraud the most serious he’s ever encountered.