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Reader Opinion: The smell test

The peanut company executive who hid the fact that they were selling peanuts contaminated with salmonella was recently sentenced to 28 years in prison obviously didn't "know" anyone.

The peanut company executive who hid the fact that they were selling peanuts contaminated with salmonella was recently sentenced to 28 years in prison obviously didn't "know" anyone.

GM had many company insiders who were complicit in looking the other way in their ignition switch debacle killed many more but paid a fine and no one was charged. This doesn't pass the smell test.

Joseph Bruhn

Brainerd

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