FBI phone records show that McVeigh had called the rural compound seeking Strassmeir immediately after placing a call to the Ryder truck
Last year Doug Marlette drew a cartoon depicting a man dressed in Middle Eastern apparel at the wheel of a Ryder truck
carrying a nuclear warhead with the caption, "What Would Mohammed Drive?." Marlette and his paper, the Tallahassee Democrat, received more than 20,000 e-mails demanding an apology for what was seen as his misrepresentation of the Prophet Mohammed.
June 3, 2001 - Ryder Truck
Rentals, Birtley, Gateshead.
Chris was then informed that evidence inside the Ryder truck
linked him to one of the previous trailer thefts: A case of merchandise labeled for the store where the previous break-in had taken place was located under the driver's side seat.
The cartoon asked, "What would Mohammed Drive?" and showed a Middle Eastern-looking man in a Ryder truck
with a nuclear bomb strapped to the back.
May Schneider who got the key to my Ryder--Shelbleeezy and Xceptional, you know how we do...rolling through Beverly Hills in the hired Ryder truck
and rockin' the new Angel Biotek.
For the past seven years, John has trekked out west, sometimes with his girls, in a 24-foot Ryder truck
loaded with donated toys, furniture, toiletries and food for the poverty-stricken Lakotas.
From live coverage of the Ryder truck
hauling ballots to Tallahassee to the almost-live coverage of the United States Supreme Court until December 13, from Dan Rather to Dan Rather and back to Dan Rather, television coverage absorbed us and we it.
We have watched another Ryder truck
(remember Timothy McVeigh?) make its way into the annals of American history.
The 24-hour news nets broadcast live images of a Ryder truck
carrying more than 450,000 Palm Beach County presidential election ballots making the 450-mile trek to the state capital on Nov.
He rents a Ryder truck
to help his son move and drives it himself to Brooklyn (this humbled and impressed me beyond words).
The bobsleigh squad has received inavaluable vehicle support from Ryder Truck
Rental but, stopping work to concentrate on winning her Olympic place, Merry - who plans to return to Loughborough in the autumn to study for her Masters degree - would welcome any offers of sponsorship to help her reach her goal.