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Frank Suarez

Frank Suarez

Frank Suarez

Frank Suarez

 

At 25, Frank Suarez is already the youngest CEO of the company he founded, Marven Global. Here's some insight into how he did it.

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Frank Suarez, Defendant-Appellant, was convicted by a jury on all six counts of an indictment charging him with the purchase and sale of cocaine, in violation of Title 26 U.S.C.A. § 4704(a) and § 4705 (a). On three occasions, Suarez sold to a federal narcotics agent, William H. Mattingly, quantities of cocaine. Suarez was paid $25.00 for 900 milligrams delivered on August 2, 1960; $50.00 for 300 milligrams delivered on August 12, 1960; and $25.00 for one gram delivered August 23, 1960. With respect to the above transactions, Suarez was indicted for the purchase of the cocaine, not in and from the original stamped package (odd numbered counts), and the sale of it, not pursuant to an order form prescribed by the Treasury Department (even numbered counts).

www.abebooks.com)Frank Suarez overcame his own obesity which helped avoid having a recently diagnosed pre-diabetes condition, turn into full-blown diabetes. He has had numerous television, radio and newspaper appearances spanning from Puerto Rico, the United States and other Latin American countries where his best-selling book "The Power of Your Metabolism" is distributed. He is the founder of the NaturalSlim� Weight Loss Centers in the United States, Puerto Rico and Mexico where more than 50,000 people who suffered from obesity and excess weight have been helped, many of which are also diabetic. Frank has taught thousands of people to adopt a natural and healthy lifestyle based on common sense. As a result, many have lost weight and experiences measurable improvements with various conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high triglycerides levels, hypothyroidism, obesity an diabetes. After receiving thousands of calls, emails and request for information via his video blog from people who wanted to have better control of their diabetes, either for themselves or their loved ones, Frank decided to write this book; its intent is to expose the factors that sabotage our health and to give the power and tools to diabetics and their family members in order to live a Problem-Free Diabetes. (Source:

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Then, on August 23 Mattingly met with Suarez in the morning at approximately 10 o'clock and asked him for one bottle of cocaine, to which Suarez replied, "Well give me the money and I'll see what I can do. I'll see if the man has got any." Mattingly gave him $25.00 of government money at that time. Mattingly came back later that afternoon and the same procedure of going into the back room of the barber shop was followed. Agent Mattingly was provided with a quantity of cocaine the third time by Suarez. Mattingly left the barber shop, gave a signal to two other narcotics agents who went into the barber shop and arrested Suarez. Suarez admits the transactions in connection with the cocaine, but he says he should have been acquitted because he was led into or induced to commit the acts by a representative of the Government.

The issue of entrapment was presented to the jury under careful instructions from the trial judge, to which there was no exception. The issue was resolved against Suarez and he was sentenced to ten years on each count, sentences to run concurrently. Suarez contends that he was entrapped as a matter of law, and that issue should not have been submitted to the jury. (Source: law.justia.com)

 

 

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