U.S. Attorney Issues Indictments in Ralphs Labor Case

The U.S. Attorney’s Office issued indictments last week for five current and former Ralphs executives and managers, alleging that they conspired to illegally hire locked-out workers during the Southern California strike of 2003-2004.

LOS ANGELES — The U.S. Attorney’s Office here issued indictments last week for five current and former Ralphs executives and managers, alleging that they conspired to illegally hire locked-out workers during the Southern California strike of 2003-2004. The indictment alleges that the workers were rehired using false names and Social Security Numbers to avoid detection. The investigation of the hiring of locked-out workers was previously reported. In a prepared statement, Ralphs’ parent compan

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