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A Texas plumber is suing for $1 million after receiving hundreds of threats when ISIS got a hold of a truck with his company's name on it. 

Mark Oberholtzer says the Ford dealer that he traded that truck to several years ago failed to remove his company name and phone number before they sold it overseas.

The photos were posted on jihadist social media accounts, making headlines last year.

Oberholtzer says he now carries a gun for protection and his business is suffering from the negative attention.

“Yesterday I ran into a guy I used to work with, for the first time in five years. ‘Sell any trucks to Syria lately?’ he asked. Everybody thinks it’s funny, but it’s not,” Oberholtzer told the New York Post.


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