Horse Owners Plead Guilty To USDA Import Violations

The United States Department of Agriculture has announced that horse facility owners Emil and Anna Jung of Gehlenberg-Friesoythe, Germany, have pled guilty to three counts each of false statements and mail fraud. In May of 1998, the Jungs were indicted on conspiracy, smuggling, making false statements to a government agency, and mail fraud charges. These charges arose from an investigation

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