Five people in east Tennessee find themselves trapped inside a mobile home with an operating meth lab and federal agents outside. After their surrender, all the occupants are indicted by the Federal Government for drug and explosives charges when road flares are mistaken as dynamite.
Samuel Evers, the cook in the trailer, is offered a deal with the DEA and the local Drug Task Force. He is given the chance to gain his freedom if he is willing to work as a confidential informant but in one months time the bodies start to pile up and his handlers might not be willing to admit to the orders they gave Sam.
In an attempt to protect himself, Sam began keeping a journal of his meetings and movements while under the control of the agents.
This is that journal.