• Two Pilot Flying J execs plead guilty to federal charges

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 29, 2013
    According to John Caniglia of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, a pair of Pilot Flying J sales executives have pleaded guilty to federal charges in connection with the alleged customer fraud scheme. “You cannot read the affidavit and not realize that people acted inappropriately and agreed to plead guilty.” Regardless of whether the prosecution makes its way all the way to Haslam, it’s safe to say that the prosecutors will swim as far upstream as the evidence harvested from folks who plead guilty will take them...
    • Two plead guilty in feds' probe of Browns owner

      Two employees of the truck stop chain owned by the family of Tennessee's governor and the owner of the Cleveland Browns pleaded guilty Wednesday to scamming the company's customers out of rebates, a practice well-known among both sales staff and executi…
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Attorney reiterates Haslam’s lack of knowledge regarding Pilot Flying J fraud

      Today’s news that two executives at Pilot Flying J, the billion-dollar truck-stop mega-company founded by the Haslam family and run by Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, pleaded guilty to federal charges confirms that multiple employees were involved in a scam

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