US Businessman Ignores Federal, State Regulators’ Warnings, Faces Criminal COVID-19 Fraud Charges
Federal prosecutors’ latest criminal case alleging fraudulent advertising and sales of vitamins and other nutrients available nonprescription in the US as remedies for infections from the novel coronavirus is against Johnny Stine, owner and operator of North Coast Biologics in Seattle.
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