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July 18, 2014

Posted  January 26, 2016

The SEC charged Christopher Plummer, a serial con artist and Lex M. Cowsert, the CEO of penny stock company CytoGenix, with misleading investors in a supposed vaccine development company by issuing false press releases portraying it as a successful venture when it was in fact a failing enterprise.  Specifically, the government alleged that Plummer and Cowsert teamed up to defraud investors with extravagant claims about the company’s revenues flowing from a “shared revenue agreement” with Franklin Power & Light, an electricity provider supposedly operated by Plummer.  However, Plummer’s entity was a complete sham and CytoGenix had actually lost all its vaccine patents and other intellectual property in a lawsuit.  SEC

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