Prosecutors allege Wheat discussed handgun silencers with defendants

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Federal prosecutors allege that Jared Wheat, Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals’ founder and CEO, discussed with other defendants obtaining a handgun silencer to be used to “attack” an FDA criminal investigator. They were indicted last year on felony charges relating to a scheme to sell adulterated and unapproved new drugs over the Internet.
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