USPlabs' DMAA Supplement Source Convicted In Separate Criminal Case
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Federal prosecutors already have cooperation in their case against USPlabs from GNC in exchange for a "non-prosecution" commitment, and might seek help from an executive with S.K. Labs recently convicted on five criminal counts stemming from a separate investigation.
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