All hail Cari Wade Gervin, a reporter for the Metro Pulse in Knoxville, who spent around four hours last night tweeting her way through a 120-page affidavit detailing some sordid activity at Pilot Flying J, the truck stop chain owned by the family of Gov. Bill Haslam.
The headline: An employee at the company told investigators that CEO Jimmy Haslam, the governor's brother and owner of the Cleveland Browns, knew of fraud at the company.
Gov. Haslam said in a statement, through a spokesman, yesterday that he "continues to have absolute faith in his brother's integrity."
After the jump, Gervin's epic tweeting of the affidavit, as collected on Storify by Dave Hollenberg.
The entire affidavit can be read here.
The Knoxville News-Sentinel has more documents from the case unsealed by federal officials yesterday.
And a big Follow Friday to Gervin.