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    Lenexa-based Silpada closed last year and sold off most of its merchandise. The remains, a lawsuit said, were carted away by employees under "the cover of darkness."

Lenexa-based Silpada closed last year and sold off most of its merchandise. The remains, a lawsuit said, were carted away by employees under "the cover of darkness." Mark Davis mdavis@kcstar.com
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