Just like the mafia. No one gets busted until some one turns on the boss after being wronged for one reason or another. In this case, the hired hand had everything he wanted and then he got fired for whatever reason so he must have figured he got wronged one way or another so he turned on Greg and now we are were we are at. Willing to bet the hired hand has a lot more documentation that was turned over to the Feds than just his word in this case and it will be hard to argue against what he has. From the indictment, all that is needed is simple probable cause which is there. They aren't going to lay out their full case to Greg or his attorney's in the indictment. It will come in court, which then, a baiting case such as this will come down very hard on him. But, do the baiting laws need to be re-written, yes they do. It's been years since they were written and when they were originally written, the laws were good. But, in todays world so much has changed with equipment, normal farming practices, etc so the law is much grayer today than ever. But, to intentionally dump piles of corn then flood it, no gray there. I would encourage everyone when the re-write and public input time comes to get everyone you can involved to get the best and most accurate regulations done that you can.