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Prosecutors say thousands of individuals and businesses were victims of a large scale scheme in which ordinary corn and soybeans were Raja lightly. Marked nationwide as certified organic the US attorney's office in Cedar Rapids, Iowa said, potentially tens of thousands were defrauded by Randy, constant and associates, constant who owned an Iowa grain. Brokerage acknowledged that he sold one hundred forty two million bucks worth of corn. Soybeans and wheat. Over seven and a half year period that wasn't organic despite his