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Factory Worker To Be Jailed 10 Years For Stuffing Cigarette Paper, Wire Connector In Sausage

A factory worker is in trouble after he put foreign items in sausage rolls.

Jonathan Lane who works on the processing line of Johnsonville sausage plant in Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, put the foreign objects in the meat in March. He first put a cigarette paper and three days later he put a wire connector in another meat.

He is currently standing trial for this action and could get up to 10 years jail time with a fine of up to $250,000 on each count.

Prosecutors reported that the items were removed before packanging and Johnsonville closed down the factory and removed all products that may have been affected.

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