Grand Jury indicts Ralphs managers for falsifying labor records during strike

The LA Times reports:

A federal grand jury has indicted eight former and current Ralphs Grocery Co. executives and managers on 23 counts arising from a bitter Southern California supermarket labor dispute five years ago when the chain illegally rehired hundreds of locked-out workers.The indictment said that five of those indicted, along with unnamed co-conspirators “engaged in a course of criminal conduct” that included hiring “employees under false names, Social Security numbers and documentation, which was intended to, and did, undermine the labor action.”

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