GREENSBORO, N.C. -- Both sides rested their cases last week in the Food Lion suit against ABC News, which has focused on the news-gathering methods of reporters. cover in three stores in the Carolinas. The reporters were part of the undercover investigation on ABC's "PrimeTime Live" news magazine Nov. 5, 1992. The story charged that Food Lion employed unsanitary food-handling practices and sold spoiled meat. Food Lion says the story was untrue, but the segment's accuracy isn't at issue in ...

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