March 12, 2001

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Bozo criminal for today comes from the International File. From Rio De Janerio, Brazil comes the story of a bozo drug dealer who thought he had come up with the ultimate hiding place for his stash of cocaine. He hid eleven pounds of the stuff in a big pile of logs at his home. Seems like a log pile would be a good hiding place, right? Wrong! These particular logs were palm heart logs, from a protected species of tree. Brazilian environmental police investigating illegal trade in palm tree hearts spotted the logs and discovered the cocaine when they showed up to search the place. Our bozo’s now awaiting charges on both drug and palm heart possession.