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Tuesday, 21 July 2009

Now, Major again searched the truck driver's pocket: he found a check equal to the value of 50 sheep in his wallet. Total loss to his uncle's employer was 50 out of 250. Next, he decided to find the other culprits, because 300 sheep could not have been loaded in one truck; therefore, decided to squeeze it out of the driver. After tying him firmly to the cheese pole, spreading his legs, and placing Captain in front of the man, Major removed the blindfold and asked the man:
o How many are you all?
o What do mean?
o I mean business and kicked him in the abdomen. The man remained silent. Now Major shouted:
o Captain, testicles. When the man saw the Captain's foamy mouth, shouted:
o Stop him. I'll tell you everything.
o I need the name and exact locations of the drivers that drove my uncle's 300 sheep from here that night. I ask; you answer. Understood?

The truck driver gave him the name and home address of the second truck driver. Now, Major gagged, blindfolded the man, removed his shoes and took him down to the cave stable and chained him to the wall. Came out and padlocked the gate. Called his uncle's boss and told him to immediately go the second driver's home and accept whatever charges he demanded and bring him near the camp.

Now, Antonius went to the sheep pen and started delayed milking, feeding and watering his flock. Boiled the milk and let it cool down.

It was 21:00 hours when a call came in; it was from late Yusef's boss, saying they were approaching the base camp. Major instructed him to remain calm and do nothing.

Then, he and Captain got on the jeep and drove down the plateau to park the jeep out of sight. After ten minutes, the truck arrived. Next, Major approached the cockpit and dragged the unsuspicious driver down; handcuffed and gagged him; found a handgun, a knife in his sock, and the money paid to him to drive to camp and one check equal to the value of 50 sheep. Then, the truck driver was dragged to the jeep and tied down. After that, Major blew up the truck engine, and drove back to the base camp.
(to be continued)

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