Florida Pilot Charged for Falsifying his Airman's Medical Applications and a Bill of Sale with the FAA
On June 28, 2013, in U.S District Court, Miami, Florida, Henry Albert Schaller, II, President of B2BJETS, Inc., was indicted for making false statements to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), on multiple airman's medical applications in an effort to obtain a medical certification, by stating he had never been convicted of a misdemeanor crime. However, the investigation revealed that Schaller was convicted in April 2013 for making a false statement to Immigrations and Customs Enforcement and was sentenced to a period of probation.
Schaller also allegedly filed a false bill of sale with the FAA, stating B2BJETS, Inc. purchased an aircraft, when neither he nor his company had done so. This caused the FAA to issue an aircraft registration in his company's name even though another individual actually purchased, paid for, and took possession of the aircraft.
We conducted this investigation jointly with the Drug Enforcement Agency.
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