Three men have been indicted, accused of selling defense secrets to the Middle East. Two of them are behind bars. One, in the Bossier Parish jail. This news comes just a few days shy of the 9-11 anniversary. The men are accused of transferring military secrets and equipment to the Republic of Yemen. The investigation stretches to California, officials made the discovery back in 2003. The F.B.I., the Bakersfield Police and the Kern County Sheriff have stayed on top of these dealings as part of a effort by the Joint Terrorism Task Force started after September 11th. Amen Ahmed Ali of Bakersfield, California, and Ibrahim Omer, who lives in Fort Worth, Texas have been indicted. Omer appeared in federal court in Shreveport, Friday, after authorities caught up with him thursday in Bossier City. Officials say he was helping Ali ship non weapon military items to Yemen. A third man, Mohamed Al-Rahimi, also of Bakersfield, remains at large. He is accused of traveling to Yemen to broker the sale of the items. Anyone with information Al-Rahimi is urged to contact the F.B.I. Ibrahim Omer is named in two of the four count indictment for conspiracy and attempted unlawful export of defense articles. Omer waved his right to a detention hearing in Louisiana. The U.S. Marshals office will escort him back to California in the coming weeks.