Salyer pleads guilty in tomato fraud case - The Packer

Salyer pleads guilty in tomato fraud case

03/23/2012 03:48:00 PM
Mike Hornick



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cecil    
arizona  |  March, 23, 2012 at 04:17 PM

All good things comes to those that are self-centered, arrogant and think of them selves above the rules of norm that the rest of us live by. These situations create doubt and a loss of confidence in the public eye. Its creates a lack of trust for all grower, processor, and end user to the public. I trust that the judge hands down a just sentence for the blatant practices that these people perpatrated on the public. Bubbas' probably looking to having new visitors.

Steve    
CA  |  March, 23, 2012 at 06:27 PM

Cecil, may be you should refrain from talking NONSENSE! You're SOOO naive! So many side deals and what not happen on a day to day basis with other CEO's and top management of produce companies. I believe that they are just smarter in that they watch who is let in on it. It still very much a "good ol' boys club" in the produce industry. And, "Bubba" looking for new visitors, maybe, you speak of personal experience "IF" you know of Bubba!

Frederico Jean Verreet    
Richmond, BC  |  March, 26, 2012 at 11:25 AM

Steve, naive or not, it is a good example. Integrity is a quality that so many leaders lack of.

Ronald    
Harlingen, Texas  |  March, 27, 2012 at 03:38 AM

Here, Here! It's harder to fake integrity in this age of fast moving research on the internet. I doubt anyone would have caught on or much less heard of this man's actions twenty years ago.

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