Chief federal prosecutor won’t estimate how much longer “Feeding our Future” investigation could go on
The chief federal prosecutor, U-S Attorney for Minnesota Andrew Luger, won’t estimate how much longer the investigation could continue in the Feeding our Future fraud scandal. Luger announced charges against 10 more people Monday:
“We have 60 defendants (who) have been charged to-date, and we expect more charges coming.”
Luger initially estimated the fraud at 250 million dollars but says:
“It’s growing and it’ll continue to grow. We’re gonna have more information on that coming…. We’ve gotta make sure we’re not double-counting as new people are added, …but it’s up from the 250 that it was.”
And is any end in sight for the investigation?
“If I tried to put you on a spectrum of where we are, I probably would be inaccurate, and I don’t want to do that.”