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Supporters of Scott Salyer Fight Back Against Ongoing Conspiratorial Pattern of Legal, Financial and Physical Abuse Against the Former CEO of SK Foods -- Whose Federal Sentencing Is Postponed Until January 8, 2013

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LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - Dec 13, 2012) - As Scott Salyer remains on house arrest in Pebble Beach, Calif. awaiting Federal Sentencing postponed until January 8, 2013 in the notorious, corrupt soap opera of a government case known as "Operation Rotten Tomato" (www.operationrottentomato.com), his supporters are fighting back on his behalf -- alleging an ongoing, systemic pattern of corruption and human rights violations against the former owner and CEO of SK Foods LP, including legal, financial, physical abuse and attempted wrongful death or murder.

Those familiar with the intricacies of the case allege egregious acts of corruption, cronyism, lawlessness, threats and harassment by former FBI Supervisor Donald P. Vilfer, FBI SA Paul Artley, Bankruptcy Magistrate Robert S. Bardwil and Judicial worker, Scott Story, in clear collusion with Chris Rufer of The Morning Star Packing Co.

The never-ending labyrinth has exposed that either the Bankruptcy Magistrate is a partner in the corruption scam or that he has chosen to bias in support of the corruption scam partners due to fear of reprisals from Bank of Montreal/BMO Capital Markets, Larry Mizera and his threateningly abusive legal counsel James Spioto of Chapman and Cutler both of Chicago.

Salyer's friends insist that, in the financial realm, there has been a wide scale conspiracy to force him into bankruptcy, relieve him of all his assets and divide the money "like vultures feeding upon a corpse." They further allege that Attorney General Eric Holder, when confronted with evidence of malfeasance engaged in by the Private Public Partners, opted not to stop it.

Salyer's friends believe that the conspiracy against him is bipartisan in nature, as it was McGregor W. Scott, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of California and a Bush appointee, who -- as the original signer from the U.S. Attorney's office on Operation Rotten Tomato -- authorized the first illegal wire taps.

As part of an ongoing attempt to weaken Salyer's ability to fight against the specious charges against him, his supporters claim there has been a long term plot to destroy his health and well being. Salyer's supporters likewise believe that media leaks were part of a campaign to smear Salyer and possibly influence potential jurors.