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Second Atlanta-Area Business Faces Criminal Charges Linked To Steroid-Spiked Supplements

CCB Nutrition Owner Pleads Guilty; Charges Pending Against Hi-Tech CEO Wheat

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CCB Nutrition owner pleads guilty in federal court to selling an unapproved new drug with the intent to defraud and mislead the FDA and consumers. Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals CEO still faces criminal charges after Supreme Court refused his appeal after trial and appellate court rejected motion to dismiss an indictment alleging he distributed steroid-spiked supplements and falsified compliance documents.

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