"During these difficult days, scams like this are using blatant lies to prey upon our fears and weaknesses”
So a bit like advertising then?
A social-media marketer is understood to be the first person to be hit with a federal fraud charge in the US for allegedly trying to trick people into investing in a bogus COVID-19 cure. Keith Middlebrook, 53, of southern California, was this week accused [PDF] of committing attempted fraud by wire, radio, and television. …
He should be given the opportunity to demonstrate the immunity effects of his "cure". I propose washing him down in the spittle of the critically ill patients, then placed in public observation in a glass box where he and his vital signs are live-streamed to the world. Immagine the deterrent effects, especially if there are empty glass holding cells right next to him visible on the stream.
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