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Who Helped Get Tepper Released?

Henk Tepper is home. The potato farmer from Drummond spent a year and a week in a Beirut prison accused of selling bad potatoes to Algeria. The Canadian government suggested it was working behind the scenes to get Tepper home. Tepper's family and his lawyers say they saw no evidence of that. We hear from all sides.

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