Man pleads guilty in case of fake razor blades

A man has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit merchandise in a case involving fake Gillette razor blades sold in West Michigan.
AP Wire
Feb 6, 2013

Jeffrey Telsey, 57, faces up to five years in prison when sentenced following Monday's plea in federal court.

The razors were imported from China. Telsey's defense lawyer earlier said Telsey denied wrongdoing and argued that Telsey's own company suffered damages.

The government has seized $400,000 from Telsey.

Details about the retailer involved in the case weren't released by authorities.

Comments

jjabrahms

yep..... sure can tell those blades were made in America... it says so rite on the package in Chinese!! ;)

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