Warehouse owner admits exposing workers to asbestos
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A New York man owner has admitted that he knowingly subjected untrained workers — including a 16-year-old boy — to asbestos at a Rochester warehouse, court records show.
Anastasios “Taso” Kolokouris, 32, pleaded guilty Tuesday to violating federal asbestos work standards.
"Simply to save money, this defendant knowingly exposed untrained, temporary workers to asbestos — a highly dangerous substance long known to cause cancer," U.S. Attorney William Hochul Jr. said in a statement.
Under federal sentencing guidelines, which are advisory, Kolokouris faces between 15... read more
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