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Trudeau's activities have been the subject of both criminal and civil action. He was convicted of larceny and credit card fraud in the early 1990s, and in 1998 he was sued by U.S. Federal Trade Commission for making false or misleading claims in his infomercials promoting his book,'The Weight-Loss Cure "They" Don't Want You to Know About. In 2004, he settled that action, by agreeing to pay a $500,000 fine and consenting to a lifetime ban on promoting products other than his books via infomercials. On Nov. 29, 2011, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a $37.6 million fine levied against him for violating that 2004 settlement. Additionally, the appellate court upheld the requirement that he post a $2 million bond before engaging in future infomercial advertising
In 1990, Trudeau posed as a doctor in order to deposit $80,000 in false checks, and in 1991 he pleaded guilty to larceny. That same year, Trudeau faced federal charges of credit card fraud after he stole the names and Social Security numbers of eleven customers of a mega memory product and charged approximately $122,735.68 on their credit cards. He spent two years in federal prison because of this conviction
Originally posted by woodwardjnr
reply to post by foood4thought
I'll admit Alex is a great sales man ( I mean who hasn't been tempted to buy some Tang Tangy Tangerine recently).
He is also full of a lot of hot air, but I still enjoy listening to his show. Do I believe everything he and his guests say? No, but that doesnt mean everything he says is a lie and all his guests corrupt shills. Use your own judgement filter to decide for yourself what you believe.
Why so obsessed with Alex jones?