Apparently the fraud was conducted between 2003 and 2009.
I bring this up because my company crossed paths with Pitman during that period.
Lexigraph started out in the late 1990's by producing what would become pdfExpress. The first version was a plug-in for Acrobat 3.0 that ran on a PC. Previously the focus of revenue had been market research and mailing companies I had started. The mailing company I have discussed before. The market research company conducted mailing survey's using the "fill in the oval"-type printed surveys. We also tallied the results and produced reports.
Once the first plug-in was working I made the decision to travel to a trade show in Moscone Center in San Francisco to demonstrate the product. I hand built a back wall using example output I printed on a color laser printer I hand bought.
The booth generate a lot of interested from a company called PR1ME Source (PS). PS was a distributor of Xeikon digital presses in the USA and claimed to be "the largest integrator of Xeikon branded presses in the world." The reason for this was that our PDF process worked a lot like the front-end of their digital press at the time: the PrintStreamer II. This was a hardware device built by a third-party Xeikon integrator that used a scripting language to assemble pages from components.