Thank you for your additional information.
First, let me say how sorry I am to hear that you find yourself in such a difficult situation,
From the facts you stated, and apparently, the FAA concluded, that regardless of who was the intended recipient of this merchandise, the goods originated with you. As the sender, the law imposes on you the legal obligation to determine if shipping these goods is in violation of any law, and this obligation remains with the seller, regardless of who the intended recipient is.
Although I am sure you did not intend to violate any laws, the FAA does not know that. I beloieve it would be highly beneficial and necessary for you to retain an attorney and have the attorney meet with the FAA officials and explain that this situation was totally accidental, and you never intended to violate any laws. The lawyer can also tell the FAA that this was purely the result of a misunderstanding in that you thought it was the shipper's responsibility to make sure that no law was violated. I am sure that when the FAA hears the explanation, they will better understand the circumstances,
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