Mark Hazelwood's jail sentence begins Nov. 26th, was former President of Pilot Flying J

Mark Hazelwood's jail sentence begins Nov. 26th, was former President of Pilot Flying J

Mark Hazelwood (right), Jimmy Haslam, Pilot CEO (left). Country Western singer, Trace Adkins (middle) is company spokeman

Mark Hazelwood will begin serving twelve and a half years in a federal prison on Nov. 26th.

His request to be imprisoned at the Montgomery Air Force Base in Alabama was approved by the court and is linked here:

https://www.scribd.com/document/392413369/Mark-Hazelwood-former-President-of-Flying-Pilot-J-to-serve-jail-sentence-starting-Nov-26th-in-federal-prison-at-Montgomery-Air-Force-Base-in-Alabam

In an attempt to extend his jail date to Jan. 7th, Hazelwood paid his $750,000 fine.

Judge Curtis Collier denied Hazelwood’s motion to extend his freedom a week after Christmas. The Judge said the payment “had a negligible impact on Defendant’s net worth.”

Hazelwood’s court action is linked here:

https://www.scribd.com/document/392411772/Mark-Hazelwood-former-President-of-Flying-Pilot-J-denied-extension-to-self-surrender-until-Jan-7th-2018

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Trace Adkins, pictured above wearing the black hat, has never been associated with Pilot’s criminal conspiracy rebate scam. He is a paid spokesman.

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