A Georgia man who admits tampering with
his children's soup to get money from the Campbell's Soup Company could face more charges.
William Cunningham of Stockbridge pleaded
guilty last week to federal charges of communicating false claims.
Local officials say the federal charges don't address the harm
caused to his children. Prosecutors are seeking to indict
Cunningham on five charges of child cruelty. His three-year-old son and 18-month-old daughter were hospitalized twice last year after eating contaminated soup.
The soup was laced with hot peppers, lighter fluid and on another occasion, with two prescription drugs.
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