Feds bust up $100M NC crop insurance fraud ring
AP photo A tobacco warehouse owned by Roy Johnson Raynor is shown at 1441 S. Church Street in Rocky Mount, N.C. Raynor is one of 41 people who have either pleaded guilty or reached plea agreements after profiting from false insurance claims for losses of tobacco, soybeans, wheat and corn.
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#1 Mar 17, 2013
I'm glad that the fed got them.
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