In the Matter of A&O Enterprises Inc., a corporation, doing business as iV Bars Incorporated and iV Bars, and Aaron K. Roberts, also known as Aaron Keith, individually and as owner and operating manager of A&O Enterprises Inc., File No. 172 3016 #00010

Submission Number:
00010
Commenter:
Max Parker
State:
California
Initiative Name:
In the Matter of A&O Enterprises Inc., a corporation, doing business as iV Bars Incorporated and iV Bars, and Aaron K. Roberts, also known as Aaron Keith, individually and as owner and operating manager of A&O Enterprises Inc., File No. 172 3016
In the Matter of A&O Enterprises Inc. So let me get this straight. A company made alcoholic beverages that people injected intravenously and they claimed it worked as a therapy to cure cancer and other diseases? How is this a consent agreement slap on the wrist and not federal criminal charges for a group of ridiculous and dangerous conmen? Aside from the false health claims: -- They probably weren't licensed to give injections -- Were the needles sterilized? -- Did cancer patients and others with urgent health problems using the product forego or postpone chemotherapy or other lifesaving treatments? All these questions should be asked and answered in a federal court. Not asked by a 25 year old in an FTC public comment.