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Randolph, Neb. man to be sentenced in uninspected meat case


A federal judge will sentence a Randolph, Nebraska man Tuesday for allegedly selling 2,600 pounds of ground beef, which was labeled "USDA Inspected," to Omaha schools.
The problem: the meat hadn't been inspected.

62-year-old Paul Rosberg faces up to 18 months in prison.

Prosecutors also agreed to reduce a charge against Rosberg's wife, Kelly, to a misdemeanor.

In return, prosecutors have dropped a charge that Rosberg tried to have two witnesses killed and obstructed justice.

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