Texas labor broker Henry's Turkey Service has denied allegations that it employed over twenty mentally-handicapped men who have lived in an Atalissa bunkhouse together for thirty-five years now. An investigation into the company has been ongoing for over a year and now the US Department of Labor is suing Henry's for violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act, saying that the men were charged for room, board, and care (which may or may not have actually been given), grossly underpaid, and housed in an unlicensed facility . Henry's denies that the men ever worked in their Iowa plant, but some evidence seems to be against them. W-2 forms list the men as employed by Hill Country Farms, a subsidiary of Henry's, and every one of their 'addresses' at the home of one of the Henry's co-owners. The US Department of labor hopes to win back pay and compensation for the Atalissa men.