Couple indicted for allegedly fake WMD countermeasure


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Couple indicted for allegedly fake WMD countermeasure
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"Nine months after a plea bargain collapsed, a Sparta couple have been indicted on charges that in the aftermath of the 9/11 terror attacks they tried to sell a device they falsely claimed would protect people against chemical and biological attacks. Federal authorities maintain the device was actually a filing cabinet painted yellow with a siren and flashing red light attached and that Stewart Kaiser's fraudulent press release helped him sell his company's stock at inflated prices. They also charge that his wife, Nancy C. Vitolo, lied to investigators by saying that $400,000 in checks sent by investors and made out to her was ultimately transferred to their company... Instead, the money went for personal expenses, aiding in the purchase of the couple's six-bedroom home."


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