I am one of seven defendants being sued by the Attorney General of Texas for $25,000 per day.Each.That’s $750,000 per month and over $9 million per year for EACH alleged defendant.The issue centers on the manufacture and distribution of colloidal silver, which the government declares to be a “drug”.
This case started with an investigation in A.D. 2001 against the original three defendants: a husband, his wife and their corporation.They reportedly spent $160,000 on attorneys, went broke, filed for divorce and left the state of Texas.
Three more defendants (a man, his business and his trust) were joined to the case in January of A.D. 2005.I volunteered to be fiduciary for his trust in spring of A.D. 2006 and was soon added as the seventh defendant.
The Attorney General’s office admits that after seven years of investigation and hearings (estimated to have cost “this state”…
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