Beef Inspectors Told To Turn Blind Eye To Contaminated Carcasses

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Federal beef inspectors at the XL Foods plant in southern Alberta whose E. coli crisis sparked the country's largest meat recall were ordered to turn a blind eye to contamination on carcasses being processed for sale to Canadians, CTV News has learned, a directive that was imposed by the inspectors' supervisors lasting four years.

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