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177 Dumbest Criminal Stories - International

by Leonard Birdsong

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Funny stuff that is actually legal fodder. These international crimes seem nearly too ridiculous to have happened, and yet, they did. I just know that I am going to look up one day and see Professor Birdsong’s syndicated show on cable television. He has way too much material to be relegated to print alone. These zany stories about people who must be the worlds most insane or inept criminals have got to make it to the big screen, somehow; and Professor Birdsong has to be the writer.

I’m not sure if it’s his professional background, or if he is just a natural-born storyteller, but Leonard Birdsong brings something innately interesting to the telling to these stories of government and criminal hijinks that are sometimes unbelievably ridiculous in their …well…dumbness.

You will find yourself wondering how anyone can be so mindlessly dumb. I mean, who steals a tanker truck full of milk and then leads police on a two-hour chase? And who’s actually dumb in that scenario?

I’ll let you be the judge of the rest of the tomfoolery – it’s like America’s funniest home videos – on an international scale and in print. Good reading for vacation, airline travel, on the train, bus – coffee table books. Great stuff to have at hand and good conversational piece!

**I received this book free of charge in exchange for my honest review. ( )
  ElizabethRTowns | Apr 21, 2015 |
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