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April 23, 2018

Posted  May 14, 2018

Three individuals who fraudulently marketed and sold light-emitting medical devices as a cure-all to consumers were sentenced as follows: Robert “Larry” Lytle, the leader of the scheme, was sentenced to 12 years in prison; Ronald D. Weir Jr. was sentenced to 24 months; and Irina Kossovskaia was sentenced to 15 months. Lytle and his co-conspirators marketed and distributed QLaser devices to mostly elderly consumers by falsely claiming they could safely and effectively treat a panoply of medical conditions at home, including cancer, emphysema, diabetes, autism, HIV, and heart disease. DOJ

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