Note to stock market commentators (and fraud experts) everywhere: If you're going to make false statements about a publicly traded company, don't do it on YouTube.

The United States Attorney for southern Florida and the Federal Bureau of Investigation Thursday charged a one-time entrepreneurial whiz kid who already has spent time behind bars for fraud with manipulating the stock of a public company.

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