As promised: MiMedx’s concealed documents

This post highlights the incriminating testimonies from MiMedx employees, associated entities and attorneys, which have subsequently been sealed by the company to conceal evidence from stakeholders.

The order to seal these documents came only after Viceroy’s highlighted that AvKare “didn’t do anything”, according to Mike Carlton (MiMedx VP of Global Sales), but only served to facilitate MiMedx’s channel stuffing & other suspicious activities. Parker H. Petit, knew investors would quickly realize he was misleading them – the information was incriminating MiMedx if left unsealed.

Parker H. Petit & MiMedx continuously attempt to sweep criminal actions and contradictory statements under the rug – in this instance, they sealed incriminating deposition transcripts. Fortunately, Viceroy had already obtained these records prior to the motion to seal bring filed with the court.

We are disclosing the documents in the public interest:






MiMedx now under investigation by DOJ enforcement & VA

Viceroy has received responses to two Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests lodged after the publication of our initial report, one from the Department of Veterans Affairs and the other to the Department of Justice.

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Both agencies withheld all requested documents under 5 U.S. Code § 552 5(b)(7)(A), which provides an exemption for agencies to make available public documents as it could “reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.”

Viceroy now believe MiMedx is under formal investigation by the DOJ, the DVA and the SEC.