HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The Maui man accused of espionage is also schedule to be in court Thursday. Trial continues for Noshir Gowadia of Haiku.
He's accused of selling top secret information to China, and hiding the money in Swiss bank accounts.
As an engineer at a defense contractor, Gowadia worked on the B2 stealth bomber.
Prosecutors accuse him of being "desperate for respect, credit and money."
The defense says, the information Gowadia sold to China was "meaningless" and that his confession was coerced.
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