Inventor of 'wonder patch' scam for predicting heart attacks gets seven years in jail
Arik Klein, the inventor of the 'wonder patch' for predicting a heart attack, is sentenced to seven years in prison on offenses of fraud and embezzlement.
Tel Aviv District Court Judge David Rosen on Wednesday handed down a sentence of 87 months (seven years and three months) in prison to Arik Klein, inventor of the “wonder patch” for predicting a heart attack. Klein was also given a suspended sentence of three months and a fine of NIS 500,00 and was ordered to pay compensation of NIS 200,000 to a complainant who was defrauded. Klein’s partner in some of the...
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