Sellers of 'Whizzinator,' prosthetic used to cheat on drug tests, plead guilty to conspiracy
Published 11/25/2008, Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Two men whose company sold a device known as the Whizzinator that helped men cheat on drug tests have pleaded guilty in federal court in Pittsburgh. George Wills and Robert Catalano each pleaded guilty Monday to two conspiracy counts. They owned the California-based Internet company Puck Technology.Word count: 118
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