Drug test cheating device maker sentenced

The California man who ran the company that sold the Whizzinator, a device that helped drug users cheat on their drug tests, was sentenced to six months in federal prison. The company was disbanded and $300,000 and all other assets were surrendered as part of the plea agreement.

This sentencing sets a clear line in the sand that the manufacturers of devices designed to cheat drug tests are guilty of “conspiracy to sell drug paraphernalia and conspiracy to defraud the United States, because the products were specifically marketed to beat federal drug tests.”

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