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Email address. Retrieved July 7, December 24, Archived from the original on April 19, North County Times. December 26, Archived from the original on September 29, Erik Aude:  Yes, and you have to be.
You have to be. I still get scammed. I get scammed all the time. I bought into a bunch of restaurants and I've invested in a bunch of businesses that weren't even legit.
I've been invested in movies that had no intention of being made. I guess I had chump on my forehead because I have people hitting me up all the time for money for scams.
Like, Oh my son's in the hospital. There's people are bad people, so you have to always keep yourself up because if you leave yourself open, the wrong kind of people will find a way to get in.
Erik Aude:  Unfortunately, you have to be a trusting. I help out people when I can. I do all my charities, I do a lot of charities.
It gives me meaning and purpose to help others out. I buy coffee. I truly think a large majority of people are in jail for crimes they didn't commit even in our own country.
People caught police did things they didn't do because they're afraid of the consequences or fighting it. But if I fight it, I'm looking at three to five or longer.
I read all the time about people who were arrested at the border for drugs and whatnot. And I think how many of those people were actually guilty.
You want to hope all of them are guilty, but the truth is not because like there was this woman who worked in Mexico, but she lived in Texas and she'd go back and forth over the border all the time.
That was for commute. It was normal. She went straight to a mechanic because you need to get some work done.
The mechanic goes, we got a problem. Come here, shows her underneath her a car that there was a fake gas tank under there, pulls it off, sees that there's all these drugs on it.
It's my job to go back and forth to the border. Mechanic found it. They deem her duty. They said she obviously didn't know because while you know, obviously, she doesn't know, she's not reporting herself.
Erik Aude:  But what would have happened if she'd been caught at the border? Jordan Harbinger:  Sure, yeah. Who knows. Jordan Harbinger:  Oh, I bet she's been doing it for years and have no idea.
And you know, when I read that I was absolutely innocent stories, it happended to me. Erik Aude:  And I try to think outside the box now for people and it sucks, I hope I never get caught in that situation again.
If someone even asked me to help him carry a couch, I say go to hell. I won't ever help anyone else again. And unfortunately, being a little more hardened, it sucks, but it's just to protect myself because I don't want to have to go through that again.
And people come out of the woodworks to me. I try to be positive with everyone. I get messages, countless messages from all over the world.
Erik Aude:  We don't want to be in this movie or it's because you're a drug smuggler, all this shit. Oh no. Okay, good job. Now I can't sleep at night because you just hurt my feelings.
Like no one's ever tried that before. He says that he has a debt collection company. Like I don't really want to invest in anything.
But let's start off small 5,, how about that? And I know this guy for a while now, so I invested in this company as debt collection company.
They got this little warehouse out there and a couple of guys and they tell me this is how it works and we call all the people up and started trying, we buy debt.
He does his big debt collection company. Jordan Harbinger:  You know, it happens a lot. It's happened to me.
I'm skeptical by nature. It still happened to be. Erik Aude:  It have to, man. You really have to be. I tell everyone, don't invest with friends or family.
Just invest in yourself whether it's education or real estate, man. Otherwise, you know, it'll eat you up. You have to be happy. You have to force yourself to be happy.
You have to look at the positives in life. You have to, you know, definitely keep your head on the swivel because someone will take advantage of that if you're not paying attention.
Erik Aude:  So after that Swedish girl got arrested. Rai was rearrested and denied both, but he wasn't the top guy.
He was a middleman. His job was to hire idiots like myself to work for him so they didn't have to pay us what we're really used. Also, they figured we went on to all suspicion to ourselves because we didn't know we were being used to smuggle anything illegal.
But him being a middleman and him being a scumbag, he had no problem ratting out everyone that he worked with. So the DEA back here in America was telling my mom they were helping me, but they weren't.
Now in exchange for that, he only got four and a half years in prison for his involvement in all that. But also he was promised to never be charged for anything he did to me.
His records somehow got expunged which is bullshit, which I don't understand that work. So he was never punished for what he did to me at all.
The show's going to get a really good law firm to represent me. They may be able to do MRIs and we'd go to therapy.
I'm sorry. A month before my case is going to go to trial. The woman who was gung-ho, she's like, we have the best law firm.
We have a team of people because I'm like worried. Like once we find this guy, how do we go after his funds and everything?
They'll find it. We'll just keep on top of them. If he's got assets, we will find it. My lawyer died. Jordan Harbinger:  You cannot catch a break.
I don't have to tell you that and I don't mean to make light of it. But Jesus, man. Erik Aude:  Well she had done all the groundwork already.
So one of the underlings that her law firm still step in her place, finished the case. He just Jordan Harbinger:  Sure, this is insane story.
That's why I flew down here. This is incredible. Everything about this. But because the woman who was in charge of my case died, her law firm disbanded.
And rather than anyone trying to pick up the slack and go after this phase, they just vanished. She was the heart and soul behind my case. I paid countless private investigators to try to go and find out what assets this man has to attach funds to it.
The problem with Razmik Minasian is his name's like a John Smith. It's very common in the Armenian community.
So they never know who he really truly is or what's truly his stuff. I've never been paid a penny back what he did to me. I've never made a penny. I've only spent money.
I've only lost money. I've never made a cent though other than me playing myself on the show, locked up abroad because of what happened to me. Erik Aude:  Yeah, mostly Hindi though.
Urdu and Hindi are lot the same. It's like Irish, English, American-English. I'll start to throw down a little Urdu or whatnot or I've worked on TV shows where there are a lot of Hindi speakers.
They're just blown away. I've forgotten a lot. But then when I started practicing it and it all starts coming flushing back to me. Erik Aude:  And people automatically assume I serve.
They go thank you for your service. Erik Aude:  Really, what are we doing over there? At least nowadays. Like I say, there is documentary, well watch it.
Erik Aude:  Answer all those questions. Because the first thing people -- when they hear drug smuggling or just drugs in general and prison, they assume you're a drug smuggler.
They assume you did it and that you deserved it. People are fucking idiots and they're heartless and I don't want to talk to anyone.
I hate telling my story. I really hate it. I never wanted to be known for this. I wanted to be an actor.
I wanted to be a stunt man. I wanted to be a comedian. I want to do, you know, be respected in the Hollywood community for making movies, making people laugh.
I never wanted to be known for being a drug smuggler. Jordan Harbinger:  Well, thanks for telling me your story, man. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.
I think, like I said, I thought this documentary was awesome. That was one of the best ones I've ever seen. It made me realize how awesome you are.
My wife and I were blown away. All of our family and friends who we told to watch this movie were blown away and everybody who watches this is going to realize that you're a rare dude.
And thanks for spending time with me today, man. Jordan Harbinger:  So all right everybody. Take a deep breath, crack open a beer or whatever you need to do because that was intense.
I was not lying when I said this story was intense. What do you think, Jason? Jason DeFilippo:  I thought it was amazing and the fact that he came out of this on the other side and use basically every skill in his toolbox and every life lesson that he'd ever learned to get through this.
I don't know many people that could have survived that, at all. And plus, I really love how he used language learning to make it in there because you know he had to learn the language, otherwise he would have been dead in a week.
Came out, there's even more stuff that happened. I mean he came out, people would like still, robbed him and stuff like while he was in prison because he couldn't do anything about it.
It's quite the opposite in fact. I think his done surprisingly well. He's a successful poker player investor. He's really nice person. He cares a lot for other people.
I don't know if I would come out the same way. Jordan Harbinger:  Three days, three days in.
All right, I did it. Hang me. Don't beat me up anymore. Like don't dump it into the water anymore.
I mean that's what they're trying to do. They're trying to beat confessions out of you. Apparently, they haven't seen any of their research that says that doesn't work.
Jason DeFilippo:  Yeah, well it seems kind of like a pretty backwards ass country to me, but I think everybody needs to go get the documentary to see how this all turns out and how it ends.
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We have no idea how good we have it. No matter how bad it gets, it could always be worse. Then how do you know you weren't being used to smuggle narcotics then?
I just know everything. Erik Aude:  It's just misdirection. Drug smugglers are shameless and they're smart and that they can get their product across by keeping you in the dark, they will absolutely do that because they figured you won't draw suspicion to yourself, but also they don't have to pay you what you're really worth.
Erik Aude:  It happens all the time. When I got out of the cab with the suitcases to leave Pakistan.
We'll hook you up with some girls. You have a great time. Next time I come back. I know for a fact I'm never coming back to Pakistan.
Fucking country sucks. Jordan Harbinger:  Yeah, you're super positive. So the fact that you are just percent down on Pakistan at this point.
Erik Aude:  I know for a fact I'm never encourage Pakistan to anyone. This is before I get arrested. Erik Aude:  I would encourage Turkey to everyone because I had a great time.
I did not have a great time in Pakistan. I got robbed. I got sick. I hung out with rapist. I wasn't really looking forward to going back to that country.
There wasn't one positive note there, you know, only positive note was I couldn't wait to get back to Missy. Erik Aude:  I was counting the, like I didn't even want to go to Sweden.
I wanted to go direct home just so I can get the Missy. That was all those on my minds. Just getting back to Missy. So it's early in the morning and I go into international departures and this is long line curving around the corner and I go walking around, I'm waiting in line and the line goes all the way up this wall to where there's a customs.
There's customs tables and when the customs officer sees me and flags me, because I'm about six inches taller than everyone.
The benefits of being foreign, right? Erik Aude:  Well, our tall, I mean, so I go skip this long line. I get to the front and the guy says business or pleasure and I'm like an asshole.
Who doesn't think before I talk? And they go through everything. Everything's fine. Pack it up. I'm about to walk through the metal detector.
Grabbed the suitcase, throws everything on the fucking floor and I'm pissed. This guy's a rude dickhead. And he takes the suitcase off the, I don't know where the fuck he takes.
He takes the suitcase off and leaves me right there. People who are like in line to go through the metal detector and also the customs tables are over here.
Now guard standing over me and I'm folding up all the leather goods right in the middle of this floor. This is embarrassing shit. But I'm there for the leather goods.
That's all I care about. Jordan Harbinger:  So worst case, you just carry a bunch of them on the way home. Now the guards over there sitting with me and time starting to go by.
It's taken a while and I tell them, I go, I don't know what's taking so long, but I'm going to need another suitcase.
Destroy the suitcase. I don't give a fuck. Just give me something else. Jordan Harbinger:  It was like flex your muscles.
That's a little homoerotic somehow. Erik Aude:  No, they're weird like that. I did it. Erik Aude:  I don't care. I'm like, whatever, dah, dah dah.
And that was a lot bigger and just ready. I don't care about the suitcase, I just don't want to miss my flight. Now I sat in the hallway, I start to see more guards, like congregate, hang out there.
Finally, the guy who asked me if there was narcotics and my suitcase comes in and he's wearing a suit, but he's followed by guards, were in a guard uniform.
The guard is holding these two flat like sandwich sealed things. You were like this was in there. I knew my friends set me up.
I was just sad and my heart just dropped. And I said something that he never want to say when you're on vacation. I'm freaking. I would have just smashed Rai when he picked me up to go to the airport.
That's all I wanted to do. I figured if I'm going to die, make your life worth something and warn others, that's what I was thinking. So I found a phone.
I barricaded myself in an office down the hallway. They're banging on the door. There was no windows. It was a windowless office.
I was in there for I think 40 minutes or so, long time it felt like. I can get out the numbers, none of the country codes worked.
Erik Aude:  How do you kid about that? I don't get it. You know, like, why would you do that? I mean, it's already a bad situation.
Why would you go out of your way to do that? Imagine the cops doing that to people here. Well, okay, we're going to, we address you for jaywalking, and you going to jail for the rest of your life, and where to put you on death row for this.
What the fuck? This shit escalated quickly. This morning I'm thinking about getting back to Missy. Erik Aude:  And I'm so happy, and next thing I know I'm being told that I'm going to be hung, you know, within the span of 40 minutes.
I percent want to talk to the DEA. And he tells me don't run. Now all the guards are like grabbing onto my arms and like people were like literally touching me like that to feel like they're helping escort me over.
But before we take me to another room, they put me in front of the table that now has just one suitcase, the suitcase that I was hired to bring, but also all my stuff thrown into that suitcase.
Like from my own bag. I had my own portable DVD player, my wallet, my cell phone, all my clothes to make it look like that's my bag now.
So they combined the two luggages into one. Jordan Harbinger:  All right, so they made it look like you just packed it. Erik Aude:  Yeah, and now they're taking photos and all the guards are behind me taking these photos.
But now that the DEA is here, I'm thinking, all right, cool. There's friendly faces here at these guys and when they hear my story, contact my mom and everyone else, they're going to know that I'm innocent.
So now I'm not worried anymore. So now like an asshole, I'm taking photos with these guys. Let's smile. So I'm smiling.
I truly thought those guys are going to be there to help me now, because I wasn't guilty. So this shit doesn't happen to innocent people, you know.
That's what I'm thinking. If I was scared I might then it'd be sad or in the photos when I'm happy they, these guys are here, all right. And you know, so I was posing for these photos.
So this photo doesn't mean like with my arms around the guards and being a dick, and I get brought to this office across the airport. Now all the guards outside and the only ones in that office are three DEA agents.
And who's ever office, I'm assuming it is. It's just a quiet Pakistani man behind the desk just doing his own thing.
But he's also there just observing, and the DEA agents just start bombarding me with questions. Then another guy will cut me off and mid-sentence and bombard with another question and it's like they try to twist my words around and they're trying to catch me and I'm telling them the story.
I would have done this for free. That's what it was. Are you a user or are you junkie? Today when you go to like the cheapest flights aren't direct there you go 22 hour layovers in Shanghai.
It was the worst layover ever. Erik Aude:  But it makes sense. And I'm like, I'm scared. You don't leave a fucking word out of my mouth, and then it becomes completely evident that these guys are fucking with me, because this one guy, he does basically what the Pakistani guys did.
I'm already scared. And he tells me if these guys don't give you death, they're going to give you 20, 25 years in prison.
And then when you're done there, you're going to go back to America and get another 10 to Erik Aude:  So why would you guys do that?
So obviously they're just fucking with me. You got to warn them, all right? You can't do anything for me, that's fine.
Once we walk out that door, you're on your own. It was obvious these guys weren't going to help me. Because you're lying to us.
I'm scared. I was told I was going to be hung. You guys are telling me bullshit. You guys aren't here to help me. Says you're here the punk, you're tough.
You think you're a tough guy. This country's going to show you how weak you really are. What country?
Wrong fucking answer. I'm already getting water thrown at me and spit on. So I'm smashing these old guys in this small cell.
But now we can all take our anger out on someone. I'm that guy, they think they can take their anger out on and I'm not in the fucking mood to be fucked with at all.
I mean, I'll watch the show Oz, I'll watching all these prison movies and whatnot and plus, no, I'm not to get a fucked it. They can't keep me in that room.
And embassy consular comes over, a girl named Christy and she's followed by this Pakistani interpreter who works for the embassy, a guy named [indiscernible]  and she sees me and she gets directed to man.
Erik Aude:  No, I can't. They're going to know the true story. They're going to know I'm innocent. I'm going to be gone here max a day, two days.
I'm thinking this isn't it, just enjoy it. It can be a great story to tell one day. Why are you going to wait until Tuesday?
If there's people you want us to contact. Contact my mother, also tell them to call the gym and because the other people were making these fucking trips, you got to warn them.
And then when she tells me she will come back, we'll try to come back Tuesday, she tells me what's going to happen, that I'm going to be presented in front of the magistrate in the morning.
They're going to decide how many days of physical remand that put me under. They can beat it out of you. Jordan Harbinger:  So physical remand is like, they just torture you until you talk?
Erik Aude:  Physical remand is open torture. Physical remand is straight up torture, yeah. There's dudes having the bottom of the feet beating all afternoon and all night.
It's not really, they lowered the fucking bar when it went to, I can't be treated any differently than anyone else. Erik Aude:  Big time. Fact 1 Sentenced to seven years in Pakistani prison for opium possession.
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