Amanda Salcido was standing in line clutching a package of ground beef when she saw the $100 bills. The man in front of her at the United Supermarket opened his wallet to pay for groceries, and she watched over his shoulder as he riffled through the bills, looking for a twenty. He couldn't find one, so he handed the... More >>>
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Amanda Salcido, who worked at the Swift plant for 15 years, says she helped make worker ID cards for Mayan Guatemalan immigrants who went by names such as Smith and Johnson.