Farmer guilty of putting metal in baby food

Farmer guilty of putting metal in baby food

A man who put shards of metal in baby food jars in the United Kingdom has been found guilty of blackmail and contaminating goods. Nigel Wright began threatening supermarket chain Tesco in spring 2018, writing to his local store in Lincolnshire and warning unless they paid him £750,000 ($982,000) worth of bitcoin – an online… Continue Reading
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