posted on Apr, 5 2014 @ 12:56 AM
I remember that one of our fuel stops was originally scheduled for the flying j on I-20 in S. Dallas on Bonnie View rd. I called dispatch and
informed them that we were to NOT stop in the city and we were given a fuel solution for Leary, Texas at the new Love's located there and told to
AVOID the Flying j at exit #7 in Arkansas. Our next fuel stop was in Nashville, TN AFTER our drop.
The locks were destroyed using bolt cutters to cut the locking hoops off the locks near the lock body....no hoop means the lock cannot be used
again unless welded back together. We had to turn in our keys also and watch them be destroyed by cutting....we were re-imbursed for the lock
I do not know where the load originated from or where it's final destination is, but I have it on reasonably good authority that it was gov't
computer parts and software. Do not quote me on that as I cannot be certain WHAT was in the trailer. Keep in mind that I have hauled close to FORTY
of these types of loads and security is much tighter than, say, a liquor or tobacco load or other High Value/High Security loads.
We were warned off of stops at I-30, exit 121( Pilot) and I -40, exit 161 (pilot, flying j, love's, petro). In Little rock, AR.
I drive a freightliner Cascadia with an Eaton/Fuller 10 speed and few upgrades....a standard fleet truck. Yes, some trucks now have on board
scales but most big companies will not pop for such a high priced accessory.
The more I think about it, the more I am convinced it may have been a Top Secret type of load and we were given "plausible deniability" because
we were "just another trucking team".
Some have said that my mentioning this could be dangerous to my health, but let's remember that I basically know NOTHING. I did not SEE it
loaded, all I have is the bills of lading. I did not see it opened and cannot truthfully attest as to what was in the trailer.....nor can my
teammate. We simply drove a random load for 24 hours and dropped it at a secure facility.
Someone asked about the pickup and drop locations. To answer that, both were secure, fenced truck lots that require specific information to
enter and exit. Driver's license numbers, truck numbers, company names, driver numbers, etc