The Rise and Fall of Two Florida Stoners Who Made It Big as Gunrunners

by Guy Lawson,  Talking Points Memo

On January 26, 2007, David Packouz was parking his Mazda Protégé in the lot of his dive apartment building when his cell phone rang.

“Dude, I have good news and I have bad news,” Efraim Diveroli said. “What do you want first?”

“What’s the bad news?”

“Our first order is only for $680,000.”

“So we won the contract?” Packouz asked in disbelief. “Fuck yeah.”  Read the entire story.

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