Three Florida residents are headed to prison for the next 18 years in what federal prosecutors described as a $100 million fraud scheme that involved “cheat[ing] U.S. manufacturers of infant formula, eye-care products, and other FDA-regulated items.”
Johnny Grobman, 48, Raoul Doekhie, 53, and Sherida Nabi, 57, all of whom are described as being from South Florida, “secured deep price discounts for infant formula and other items by lying to the U.S. manufacturers of the products,” the U.S. Department of Justice said in a press release. Each profited into the tens of millions of dollars, the DOJ said.
The scheme, which lasted from 2013 to 2018, involved assertions that the defendants were shipping the products to a country on the coast of South America, the DOJ wrote. The feds explained that the case involved the so-called “gray market” — which is “the diversion and re-sale of certain goods that
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