on Dec 04, 2012, Department Of Homeland Security
< firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety
State Capitol Complex, Bldg 6, Rm B-122
Charleston, W.V. 25305
4th Of Dec, 2012
; ; CONCERNING YOUR; TWO TRUNK BOXES
This is Jimmy Gianato
Director Homeland Security for ground logistics handling and terror prevention unit West Virginia. It has come to our notice that the file reference number confirms (Two Trunk Boxes: A Special Military Delivery To You) from a Registrant by name Cpt. Tom Hall, which lacks a certificate of inc number, and a Non Inspection Clearance Permit. It has been confirmed that you were listed as a registered contractor/beneficiary of the boxes (two in number) and this is the reason I am contacting you.
Though the inspection of military items are minimal , I wish to inform you that this morning while the boxes were undergoing clearance by our security operatives at the airport, it was found out that the boxes weighs far more than it is required of it, and would not be allowed to proceed delivery to your location without presenting a non inspection clearance permit covering the boxes. Like i stated, though the inspection of military items are minimal, we are always on a very strong alert on what ever that comes in and out of the USA , thus we require that you provide this office with a non inspection clearance permit before the boxes would be cleared and proceed delivery to your location. Though your boxes were tagged for non inspection whereas it still lacks a Non Inspection Clearance Permit which is very essential before the delivery could proceed. Or else we would be forced to break the boxes open and find out its content to be sure the boxes does not contain anything that supports terrorism and to ensure that the boxes are cleaned. According to Mr.David William the diplomat, we understand that the boxes are your personal effects from your cousin, but you must bear in mind that without the permit that is been needed the boxes would not be released.
Considering the circumstance at hand, you are faced with two options here:
1. To Supply us with the lock codes to the boxes so that we could open the boxes and verify that it is free from illegal actions/contents, and this way the boxes would be released to the delivery man whom will go ahead and cargo them for delivery to your location
2. You will have to make your self available here at the Yeager International Airport Charleston West Virginia within the next 48hrs with the sum of $430 for each of the boxes(making a total of $860 for both boxes) or you have a representative from the delivery company whom will assist you in obtaining and filling out the form needed quickly, that is if you are unable to make it down here within the next 48hrs
As soon as the form is provided to us here in our office it would be placed on the boxes since it is being shipped via a diplomatic means of delivery. With the Permit, the boxes can not be searched or stopped anywhere in the States,and this way, you would be assured of having a very smooth delivery to your location with out any hitch.
Please , choose an option and let me know were we stand at the moment so that we could have this rounded up quickly, so that the delivery man could carry on with the delivery to your location.
Director DHS, WV