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At World Patent Marketing, sales reps were instructed to turn down an invention only if they suspected it came from an undercover federal agent. [Read More]
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In the roughly two years before he rejoined the Justice Department, acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker earned more than $900,000 from a conservative charity with... [Read More]
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Matthew Whitaker, Donald Trump's interim replacement for Attorney General, once backed a time-travel cryptocurrency, according to a report. Time Travel X sought bitcoin donations in 2016... [Read More]
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To the editor: Andrew Coan is right: Matthew Whitaker is simply unqualified to be the United States' acting attorney general. That said, Coan's piece... [Read More]
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When Ripoff Report posted complaints about World Patent Marketing, Matthew Whitaker personally called the founder and yelled at him. [Read More]
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Since President Trump appointed Mr. Whitaker last week, the acting attorney general has faced questions about the extent of his involvement with World Patent Marketing,... [Read More]
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In his role at the "scam" company World Patent Marketing, acting attorney general Matthew Whitaker allegedly threatened to run a man's business. [Read More]
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World Patent Marketing's pitch to inventors was simple: Pay us lots of money, and we'll take care of the complicated patent office details. Hundreds of... [Read More]
Matthew Whitaker, the acting attorney general, sat on the board of World Patent Marketing. Now the company is being called a scam. [Read More]
Acting Attorney General Michael Whitaker is connected to Bigfoot, time travel, and bitcoin through his seat on the board of World Patent Marketing. [Read More]
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