Thirty-eight year old Andrew Strempler, the founder of Mediplan Pharmacy, has been arrested on Wednesday in Florida on charges of conspiracy to commit wire and mail fraud. Total 3 charges have been filed against him. If the charges against Andrew Strempler are proved, then he might have to go to the federal prison for up to 20 years.
The charge against Andrew Strempler is that the entrepreneur’s former company RxNorth.com sold and shipped fake and otherwise misbranded drugs to American customers between early 2005 and the summer of 2006 under the false pretense that the products were safe and legal. But Strempler mentioned that his company regularly tested the drugs and declared them safe and reliable. On the other side, the U.S. government is seeking to recover at least $95 million in proceeds from his alleged conspiracy to sell unlicensed or illegal drugs to U.S. customers. For more, CBC News.
Is it a conspiracy against him or he is really guilty? As soon as we come to know, we’ll let you know.
Source : CBC News
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