Poultry Supervisors Plead Guilty

GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA - Seven former House of Raeford Farms poultry plant workers acknowledged they used fake IDs to work at the company's poultry plant in Greenville.
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The men pleaded guilty to aggravated identity theft in federal court on 19 August, according to Charlotte Observer.

Each faces up to two years in prison before being deported back to Mexico, their home country.

Federal agents have arrested four other former Greenville plant workers on immigration violations. Their cases will be heard later this year.

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