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Topic - William J. Hochul, Jr.
U.S. Attorney William Hochul said the company's "knowing and intentional" actions elevated the case to a crime.
"The fact that remedial measures would have cost a small fraction of the company's multimillion profits only adds to the seriousness of these crimes," Hochul said.