UK: Guilty five await sentencing after selling condemned poultry as fit for human consumption
Hull Crown Court will today (22 December) determine the fate of five men deemed to have caused "an incalculable risk to human health" when they repackaged tons of condemned meat as fit for human consumption. Sentences are due today on the verdict of guilty of conspiracy to defraud, which has already been given to Nottinghamshire-based Andrew Boid and Darren Bibby, and Peter Tantram of Ingham. Arnold Smith and John McGinty, from South Yorkshire, apparently hoped for leniency by pleading guilty before the trial began.
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