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Bread seller admits he lied

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Gluten can damage the intestines of people who have celiac disease, rendering them unable to absorb nutrients. About 1 in every 133 people in the United States has the disease, which can lead to auto-immune disorders and an increased risk for some ...

Bread company owner admits to lies WRAL.com

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This con artist is still trying to blame it on the invisible "Amish" bakery, claiming it has no address nor phone number. No, the Amish don't have land line phones, but do use public phone, neighbor's phones, and sometimes cell phones. No address? So how were they shipping anything anywhere, must think no one else has ever dealt with any of these companies, Fed Ex, UPS, US Mail, go ahead and try that with no address ? Yeah sure. Wonder if it will be the gluten bread came from space aliens next. :angry:

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This con artist is still trying to blame it on the invisible "Amish" bakery, claiming it has no address nor phone number. No, the Amish don't have land line phones, but do use public phone, neighbor's phones, and sometimes cell phones. No address? So how were they shipping anything anywhere, must think no one else has ever dealt with any of these companies, Fed Ex, UPS, US Mail, go ahead and try that with no address ? Yeah sure. Wonder if it will be the gluten bread came from space aliens next. :angry:

Ya gotta laugh, don't you?

I'm sure anyobody with an atom of intelligence is gonna conlude that this Amish company is every bit as real as his alter-ego, Mr Gleason and the heart Attack, cancer and flu that stopped him coming to the door in person. :lol:

If those reports are even slightly accurate, there's no question at all that the man committed fraud, just a very slight slight question as to just how far he went with with his bogus claims.

To look on the bright side: In the end this could be good publicity for sufferers. I'm sure there are still plenty of people out there who think that a gluten fre diet is just some sort of dietary fad, based on hypochondria. Hell, I've met them. That fraudulent git is probably one of them. and he's just learned the hard way, how wrong he is. Let's hope that a lot of others read the news, and learn the same lesson.

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