UK: Lawyers argue unfair verdict in pet-food for human consumption case
Three men were unfairly jailed for their part in a pet-food-for-human-consumption racket between 1993-1996, according to their defence lawyers. The nationwide scam that involved five men, Nottinghamshire-based Andrew Boid and Darren Bibby, Peter Tantram of Ingham and Arnold Smith and John McGinty from South Yorkshire, selling condemned poultry meat for human consumption attracted widespread attention when it first went to court in September last year.
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