A Minnesota man will be arraigned today on charges of illegally selling human growth hormone. The U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Iowa Wednesday announced that Basil Han has been charged with conspiracy and drug trafficking. An indictment issued in Cedar Rapids says Han worked with two men in Mason City, who allegedly lied to obtain hormone and then packaged it to look like a licensed hormone product. The two Mason City men have pleaded guilty to money laundering and possession of H-G-H. Han will be arraigned on the charges in United States District Court in Cedar Rapids today.
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