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Rogelio Taaca Rosario Sentenced

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1/30/2001

Rosario was sentenced to 12 months and a day incarceration, followed by 3-year supervised release, ordered to pay $183,556 in restitution and ordered to pay a $50 special assessment fee.

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Aurelio P. Jimenez, D.P.M., Pleads Guilty to Mail fraud, Offorfeiture and Criminal Contempt

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1/26/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department ofDefense (DoD), announced today that on January 26, 2001, AurelioP. Jimenez, D.P.M., owner of Kokomo Podiatry Clinic, Kokomo, IN,pleaded guilty to six-counts of mail fraud, one-count offorfeiture and one-count of criminal contempt.

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Dr Kosmas Sarantis Sentenced

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1/25/2001

Dr. Sarantis pled guilty to conspiring to defraud the TRICARE and Medicare health care programs by receiving kickback payments.

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Columbia Homecare Group Pleaded Guilty

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1/25/2001

Columbia Homecare Group pleaded guilty for conspiracy, paying and receiving kickbacks and false statements with respect to U.S. Government medical cost reimbursement programs.

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Civil Settlement Reached with Rehabilicare

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1/23/2001

An investigation initiated by a Qui Tam lawsuit determined that Rehabilicare, Inc., submitted false documents in order to obtain payments for services not provided to patients.

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Whitney B. Freeman, M.D., Pleaded Guilty

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1/23/2001

The plea related to Freeman’s submission and attempted submission of fraudulent healthcare claims to TRICARE and seventeen other healthcare benefit programs

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Ernesto V. Magoncia Sentenced to 14 Months Incarceration

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1/22/2001

Magoncia was sentenced to 14 months incarceration, followed by three years supervised release, ordered to pay $147,904 in restitutionand a $50 special assessment fee after pleading guilty to submitting false or fraudulent claims.

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Herbert A. Daniels Indicted

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1/17/2001

If convicted, Daniels could be sentenced to five-years incarceration for each count of mail fraud and perjury, and ten-years incarceration for each health care fraud count.

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Dr. Brooks and Dr. Jacobo Plead Guilty to Unlicensed Wholesaling of Prescription Drugs and Conspiracy

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1/12/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department ofDefense announced today that on January 12, 2001, in U.S. DistrictCourt, New Haven, CT, Urology Consultants Incorporated, PC, Dr.Steven K. Brooks, Longwood, FL and Dr. Elias J. Jacobo, WinterPark, FL, pled guilty to a one count criminal information chargingprescription drug marketing act fraud (unlicensed wholesaling ofprescription drugs) and conspiracy.

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Columbia HCA Sentenced to a Criminal Fine

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1/11/2001

The one count information for Conspiracy involved the paying of kickbacks to physicians in exchange for patient referrals.

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Shahriar Ekbatani Pled Guilty

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1/8/2001

Shahriar Ekbatani pled guilty o one count of receiving illegal kickbacks.

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Magnetic Therapy Center, PC. Pled Guilty to One Count Criminal Information

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1/3/2001

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Department ofDefense (DoD) announced today that on January 3, 2001, Magnetic Therapy Center, PC., Waterbury and Danbury, CT, pled guilty to one count criminal information in U.S. District Court, New Haven, CT.

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Depleted Uranium in Kosovo: Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment

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1/1/2001

This report presents the findings of the first-ever international assessment of the environmental impact of depleted uranium (DU) when used in a real conflict situation. It has been carried out as part of the post-conflict assessments conducted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in the Balkans.

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Danny M. Corpuz Sentenced

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12/19/2000

Corpuz plead guilty to onecount of mail fraud.

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Lifescan, Inc. Pleads Guilty

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12/15/2000

Lifescan was charged with introducing and delivering a misbranded medical device, the SureStep blood glucosemonitoring device, failing and refusing to furnish appropriate notifications and information to the Food and Drug Administration and with respect to a medical device, submitting false and misleading reports to the Food and Drug Administration.

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