Family grocery store owner, Amador Anchondo-Rascon, pleaded guilty to supplying Tyson Foods with illegal immigrant workers. Described as a perfect go-between, the Hispanic grocer supplied counterfeit working documents and helped farmers and plant managers recruit the low wage workers. The indictment against Mr. Anchondo-Rascon included conversations with Tyson officials and an undercover agent with the Immigration and Naturalization Service. In exchange for a reduction in the charges against him, Mr. Anchondo-Rascon is cooperating with prosecutors in their case against Tyson.
See Kevin Sack, The New York Times, January 13, 2002