Stella Dimoko Two Men Arrested For Trying To Sell Non Existent COVID 19 Masks


Advertisement - Mobile In-Article

Thursday, November 26, 2020

Two Men Arrested For Trying To Sell Non Existent COVID 19 Masks

Two Texas men have been charged with trying to sell 50 million non-existent N95 face masks to a foreign government, prosecutors said Tuesday.

Arael Doolittle, 55, and Paschal Ngozi Eleanya, 46, both of Houston, planned to defraud a foreign government — which federal prosecutors didn’t name — out of $317 million worth of N95 respirator masks that never existed, according to the Justice Department.

The men expected to receive up to $275 million from the transaction. The foreign government allegedly wired the money but the U.S. Secret Service stopped the deal before it was completed.

Reuters reported the foreign government was identified as New South Wales in Australia during a court hearing Tuesday.

Authorities arrested Doolittle on Friday, and Eleanya turned himself in on Tuesday.

Both men face up to five years in prison for conspiracy, and 20 years for each count of wire fraud.

They also face $250,000 fines.
from new york post


  1. Let them face the law, greedy lots.

    1. may our breakthrough not be stopped just before it gets to us..

  2. Y is d frog on the floor ,ha ha ha b small Chinese nna

  3. Of course, Naija name MUST be there...

  4. Everyday, fraud. Fraudsters no de tire?

  5. Very annoying. Covid helped fraud to thrive in the US. Shame on the people trying to feed off a pandemic that has continued to take precious lives.



Disclaimer: Comments And Opinions On Any Part Of This Website Are Opinions Of The Blog Commenters Or Anonymous Persons And They Do Not Represent The Opinion Of

Pictures and culled stories posted on this site are given credit and if a story is yours but credited to the wrong source,Please contact and corrections will be made..

If you have a complaint or a story,Please Contact Via
Mobile Phone +4915210724141