“The Jan. 19 selection of jurors for the federal horse-doping trial of Dr. Seth Fishman and Lisa Giannelli was extended into at least a second day when only 37 of 75 potential jurors were questioned inside a lower Manhattan courthouse,” writes BloodHorse magazine.
“Fishman and Giannelli are facing federal charges for allegedly working through a company called Equestology to sell adulterated and misbranded performance-enhancing drugs to clients in the horse racing industry. Fishman and Giannelli are part of the March 9, 2020, indictments that also snared trainers Jorge Navarro and Jason Servis.
Fishman is charged with two counts of conspiracy to commit drug adulteration and misbranding while Giannelli is facing one count of misbranding conspiracy.”
“As his doping case goes to trial, a veterinarian says it’s horse racing that’s corrupt,” Washington Post, by Gus-Garcia Roberts, Jan. 19, 2022
“‘Reckless fraudster’ Jorge Navarro admits to global racehorse doping scheme,” Tuesday’s Horse, Aug 12, 2021
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