Paul and Kelly Rosberg, who once owned Nebraska’s Finest Meats in Randolph, NE, put up a vigorous defense for many months against charges that they had sold to Omaha Public Schools 2,600 pounds of ground beef falsely presented as inspected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. In court documents, they referred to themselves not as the “defendants,” but as the “falsely accused.” They dismissed attorneys and represented themselves. They sued USDA meat inspectors in Nebraska courts and filed liens against their properties. Their son dodged federal marshals — he said his friends and neighbors in rural northeast Nebraska easily spotted
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