U.S. Attorney Benjamin Wagner speaks to members of the press outside the federal courthouse in Sacramento on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 following the sentencing of Scott Salyer. Known in the press as the “Tomato King,” Salyer was sentenced to 6 years for racketeering in his efforts to manipulate the nations tomato market.
U.S. Attorney Benjamin Wagner speaks to members of the press outside the federal courthouse in Sacramento on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 following the sentencing of Scott Salyer. Known in the press as the “Tomato King,” Salyer was sentenced to 6 years for racketeering in his efforts to manipulate the nations tomato market. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com
U.S. Attorney Benjamin Wagner speaks to members of the press outside the federal courthouse in Sacramento on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 following the sentencing of Scott Salyer. Known in the press as the “Tomato King,” Salyer was sentenced to 6 years for racketeering in his efforts to manipulate the nations tomato market. Randall Benton RBenton@sacbee.com

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