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June 17, 2014

Informant in ‘Tomato King’ corruption case gets two years probation

After FBI and IRS agents raided his Turlock home in August 2006 looking for evidence that he embezzled money from a former employer, Anthony Ray Manuel decided to steer them in another direction and gamble that the move would eventually earn him leniency.

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