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Something Isn’t Kosher In Iowa: Feds Arrest Ex-CEO Of Meat Plant

Yes, operations at the kosher meat plant in Iowa weren’t very kosher. The former head of the plant could be off to prison on a variety of charges including harboring illegal immigrants.

By Kari Lydersen
Washington Post Staff Writer
The former chief executive of the Iowa kosher meatpacking plant that was the site of a large immigration raid in May was arrested yesterday on federal conspiracy charges involving harboring illegal immigrants for financial gain and aiding and abetting document fraud and aggravated identity theft.
Federal officials allege that Sholom Rubashkin, son of Agriprocessors founder Abraham Aaron Rubashkin, intentionally helped illegal workers obtain false documentation. The new charges come one day after the Iowa labor commissioner fined the company $10 million for wage violations.
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