Entrepreneur Fights Federal Lawsuit with Product Called Liberty Balls

34-year-old entrepreneur, Craig Zucker, was living the American dream.

He created a product called “Buckyballs” which is a cluster of tiny high powered magnets marketed to adults as a desk toy.

Even after stamping five hazard labels on the packaging, Zucker was targeted by the government and forced to dissolve his company and take his product from shelves because his product was deemed unsafe for children.

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libertyballsYes, his company dissolved and Buckyballs were removed from shelves, but that’s not the biggest story here.

AFTER all that, Zucker is now being personally sued by the federal government…what?!

To pay for his legal costs, he’s selling “Liberty Balls” – which are basically giant-sized Buckyballs.

He feels that the federal government taking out a personal lawsuit against him is a massive government overreach.

Zucker has put out a series of ads for Liberty balls to stick it to the nanny-state, saying things like, “Coconuts: tasty fruit or deadly sky ballistic?” Another ad he put out says, “Stairways: are they really worth the risk?”


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