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AARON SINGERMAN TRANSCRIPT: Read Who Said What During Sentencing

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Redcon1 Founder’s Attorneys Used Rabbi, Navy Seal, Singerman’s Wife In Leniency Quest.

But Singerman’s Victims Wrote Of Their Medical Problems That They Say He Caused…


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Aaron Singerman and his wife, Danielle.

BY: ANDREW COLTON | Editor and Publisher

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Boca Raton Rabbi, a former Navy Seal, Aaron Singerman’s Wife, and ”The Singerman Rules” all took center stage at sentencing in February for the now convicted federal felon. Also sharing their stories in open court, some of the people who claim they were serious injured by Singerman and his associates.

Redcon1 Founder Aaron Singerman is serving a total of 36 months in a federal prison and then 24 months in a supervised release program for his role in Blackstone Labs, a company that defrauded the federal government by mislabeling nutritional supplements. BocaNewsNow.com obtained the just-released transcript of the sentencing hearing held on February 4th. We are publishing the entire transcript, below. Access more on the Singerman Saga.


During the sentencing proceedings, Rabbi Arele Gopin of the ”Boca Raton Synagogue” spoke of how Singerman sought religious gudiance as the feds moved in and the prosecution began. Gopin testified that he believed Singerman was remorseful, despite Aaron Singerman announcing at a holiday party that he would never do anything differently. Singerman made those comments after being arrested for DUI which was a violation of his federal bond.


Aaron Singerman promoted his dedication to Navy Seals as his federal case worked its way through the courts. Singerman even had his photo taken with the the cast of ”Seal Team” — a CBS drama about Navy Seals. Former Navy Seal Sean Rosario testified that Singerman should be granted leniency because he supported Rosario’s foundation that helps Navy Seals: ”Well, I would say he’s been a very important donor,” testified Rosario. Rosario has a page on the Redcon1 website.


In her testimony, Aaron Singerman’s wife Darielle told the judge that Aaron is a great father to their four children, suffered from substance abuse issues, and that he donated Redcon1 meal replacement formula to a child stricken with cancer.


In his plea for leniency, Aaron Singerman himself told the magistrate that he accepted responsibility, that current company Redcon1 follows the rules and will not make the mistakes of Blackstone Labs, and that he found it difficult to tell his kids that he was going to prison.

“And so, Your Honor, you know, I’d like to ask as much mercy as you could possibly give so I could continue doing the things that I am proud of, and doing the things for my wife and my children and my community,” he said.


Aaron Singerman told the Court that the “Singerman Rules” are how he lives his life, and guided him in telling his children that he was a convicted felon. ”And one of the Singerman Rules is tell the ruth, no matter and — sorry excuse me. You can understand how it’s difficult to explain to little kids who dad, you know, didn’t follow his own rules, you know. And also, at the same time, you don’t want them to think that daddy’s being unfairly prosecuted, daddy’s being treated – mistreated, the Government’s not fair.”


The victims who fell ill after ingesting mislabled nutritional supplements submitted letters to the Court to be read during sentencing. While you can read those letters in the transcript, below, here is a highlight as read by prosecutors:

“S.L., who is a local individual here, wrote to explain about her ER trip, the effects that she still feels today from this, the pain she felt; and R.R. wrote in his statement, after spending two months bedridden and missing seven weeks of work, ’I fell on tremendous financial hardship. Eventually, I was able to get back to work and slowly put my life back together. Unfortunately, there are things that I will never get back, for instance, like missing birthdays and holidays with my family.”

Aaron Singerman is now known as Federal Bureau of Prisons Inmate 19761-104. He is at the Federal Prison Camp in Pensacola. He still owns a $6,000,000 home in East Boca Raton and a $2,000,000 home in the West Delray Beach community of Seven Bridges, according to public records.


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