US sturgeon scientist accused in caviar scheme

Washington (AFP) – The fish eggs were supposed to be for research, not for eating — but a US biologist reportedly known as Wisconsin’s “sturgeon general” was hatching another plan. An alleged caviar racket, in which sturgeon eggs meant for a research study were being sold and processed as food, has landed Wisconsin’s top sturgeon biologist, Ryan Koenigs, in hot water. The scientist allegedly accepted at least $20,000 in kickbacks in the form of jars of caviar from a processor in exchange for eggs intended for research, according to the New York Times, citing a Winnebago County filing. Catchin…

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