McElroy said that agreement was worked out with some mysterious characters.
"My concern is more about what we don't know that what we do know," said McElroy. "Specifically, I have concerns over National Trucking Reclamation Services LLC in Little Rock, Arkansas."
National Trucking filed a federal lawsuit against Pilot Flying J on April 24. That was the first federal case filed against Pilot. The complaint by National Trucking says, "Customers such as Plaintiff were not receiving owed diesel fuel rebates and discounts for years."
But when National Trucking filed the lawsuit, documents show the company was only two days old.
"This company was formed on April 22 and they sued on April 24. The FBI raid was on April 15. They never purchased a drop of fuel from Pilot," said McElroy. "Pilot is very well represented legally, so why Pilot never filed a motion to dismiss is a mystery to me. Instead of asking that they [National Trucking] be dismissed, they are the company [Pilot] runs to with the settlement agreement."
"Why in the world would somebody set up a company, file a lawsuit, settle a lawsuit, if they didn't think they were going to recover money?"
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