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Quote 1 We as Americans live like Kings. We have no idea how good we have it. No matter how bad it gets, it could always be worse. Fact 1 Sentenced to seven years in Pakistani prison for opium possession.
Archived from the original on April 19, North County Times. December 26, Archived from the original on September 29, Christopher August Erik Aude:  But one thing I noticed was that all the lines I saw was guys, my exact words were,.
Yeah, that'd be cool. Let's go where ladies are. Their ideas showing me a good time was so that we can go find a woman unchaperoned and gang rape her because that's their right in Pakistan.
I thought they were kidding at the time, but as in obviously time went by no, that's the way it is. If a woman is seen outside past curfew unchaperoned, especially even if she is chaperoned, if she's unchaperoned during the day, some of these areas, it's the man's right to gang raped her.
But if it's after hours, no, it's every man's right gang rape. This is insane. It's nuts. And people don't understand how good they have it here because this is the crap that's happening over in other countries.
It's not some of them. There is honor killings all the time. There's gang rapes. There was a British man who was born in Pakistan, but he grew up in Britain and he raised his family in Britain.
He brought back his family, two of his daughters, one was a 25 year old doctor. The other one was a 20 year old.
And the reason was because he hated the way they were born with the Western mentality. Well, the 25 year old doctor she has a Western mentality.
That's not happening. Jordan Harbinger:  Yeah, I'm a doctor. I'm not marring some shitty guy. Well, he said this brought this honor to his family.
So he shot his daughter in the face, killing her. Erik Aude:  For two weeks this man complained in prison that I shouldn't be in jail because the victim's family members have forgiven me and under a Muslim law, if the victim's family members forgive you, then all law forgives you and all is forgotten.
So he spent two weeks in prison complaining about being in jail for the murder of his own daughter. He was released, charges were all dropped.
His other daughter was sold. I'm sure to this day she's still in Pakistan against her will. Erik Aude:  And this is normal, and that was some guy who grew up in Europe.
I saw it countless times. There was a man, there was a kid he was my age actually, he was 21 when he got arrested and he had an American accent.
He grew up in Detroit. Erik Aude:  Oh, you might know him then. He grew up in Detroit and him and his cousin raped and murdered a girl in Detroit.
Well, he fled back to Karachi to, avoid, I don't know, to avoid prison in Pakistan, but he was arrested and Karachi transported to Islamabad as that getting ready for extradition back to the US, and this guy liked the lions.
This is how we're raised. Jordan Harbinger:  That's crazy. Erik Aude:  In Pakistan. It's just a different mentality.
There was two things we couldn't talk about. We can't talk about politics and women. You couldn't talk about that, and the reason is because we completely didn't agree on anything.
Obviously everyone, you know at the time hated Bush. They hated Americans, policies and why America helps Israel, that's usually what I always rotate around.
Why is America always back in Israel? It's good for my ego. Erik Aude:  Yeah, but that's how it was being described, and so that wouldn't be isolated incidences.
They don't have any rights whatsoever. So that first day in Pakistan, this woman who I met on the plane who was studying abroad and had a British accent and her brothers all studied abroad had British accents were trying to show me a good time to find a woman that we could all gang rape.
Whatever I drank that day though made me sick. I drank water from a pitcher at this restaurant, I'm thinking that's where I got sick. Erik Aude:  The next two days I was sick as a dog.
I was shitting sideways. I didn't even wear pants, the entire day on a Wednesday because it was pointless. Jordan Harbinger:  I don't mean to laugh, but I can imagine how sick you are.
Erik Aude:  No, no point wearing pants. I lost so much weight. I was dehydrated. Erik Aude:  I remember I couldn't eat anything on Tuesday.
I ordered some room service, and I was drinking only like 7up bottles that so it bring it up to the room, it was nothing.
I wasn't take chance on anything water-wise, Thursday, I started to feel better and I went out and I just needed to get out was little cabin fever, being in a room I fell a lot better and I got food.
I bought, everything I bought was packaged though I was buying, you know, packaging. I found a store where they weren't charging me a ridiculous amount like they were -- it was like two rupees for like these little Hostess things and I bought bottled water and everything else just, well I go back to the Internet cafe and it's Valentine's day.
It's February 14th, and one of the emails that I got was from this. It was from a girl named Missy.
Missy, I had been in love with since I was five. Missy was the reason why I had studied longer, why I'd worked out harder.
She was everything motivation wise for me to do better in my life, to be better in my life. She was my driving force since I was a kid. For some reason I fell in love with this girl when I was only five years old and it never went away.
Her mother hated me. Her mother was a teacher's aide in the second grade. Even as a kid, I was always in trouble. My name was just etched into the board.
It was always on the chalkboard because I was always telling jokes and, and you know, being disruptive and being a little dipshit and I was always trying to get laughs from everyone.
Well, her mom's sunk these nails into my shoulder. Erik Aude:  Her mom was an evil woman, just an evil woman. And she stuck her nails into my shoulder and I was in a lot of pain so I squirted her with glue and this is in second grade.
Erik Aude:  So I squirted her with glue, she was in shock and I grabbed her sweater and threw it in a mud puddle. Well, she never let that go, she never let that go.
She never forgave me and she made sure that her daughter wasn't allowed to date me. So Missy and I would have the date, like in secret and her mom would find out and I guess take it out on Missy and we'd have to distance ourselves again, and this went on forever.
And now I'm 21 years old. I'm in Pakistan and I'm getting an email from Missy saying that it was a group email, it wasn't to me, but it was to everyone.
And I was one of the everyone's, that her mom had died from a pancreatic cancer. Erik Aude:  It's awful.
Erik Aude:  This is the woman that's been keeping me from this girl that I've loved since I was five years old, five years old.
Erik Aude:  I was a fucking ass. I love you. I get back next week. I will be there for you. Anything you need. Don't worry. I'm really sorry this happened but then I'm like this pop.
It was technically 17 years after I've known this girl. I've been in love with this girl over 17 years. And finally the one woman, the reason, the main reason why we haven't been able to be together and make it go at it.
Erik Aude:  Is out of the way. And what happens the very next day, I get arrested. I'm sorry, but God's got a fucked up sense of humor, man.
Erik Aude:  Because dude, that's always, I mean, I was not meant to be with that girl for some reason. Erik Aude:  Like I was looking at for that one reason.
That was the worst part. It was losing her. To me, that was the worst part. Losing the opportunity to be with this woman that I want to be with my entire life.
That was the worst part about it. And I get arrested the next day for unknowingly smuggling the opium. Erik Aude:  Yeah, the jackets was a smoke screen.
If I had taken all the jackets out of the suitcase and put it in my own suitcase, I probably would've, -- red flags that have been raised by how angry they were.
Why would you guys be getting so angry? I'm just going to go in my own suitcase. You know, if I'm here for the leather jackets, then there should be no problem.
If I had emptied the suitcase, suitcase looks like an empty suitcase. Erik Aude: . No, it's not, it's not, it's not, and it was still professionally concealed.
There's no way to like fill it and know it without knowing it, being in on it. There's no way to see it. I pointed this out. Did you go through all their stuff when you were helping them move?
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.
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Jordan Harbinger:  This is crazy. And this guy Maraud was in prison for like killing his wife's family or something like. Erik Aude:  Yeah, he was in prison for killing his wife's family members, and then all of you, how in depth do you want me to go on that, but Jordan Harbinger:  If we can talk about that, I thought that was pretty interesting because at first you think this is a horrible person and then you realize that he I think he did what any man on this planet would do.
Him and his wife were in love and in Pakistan, that's the big, no, no. You need to -- it's all arranged marriages, who your families want you to be with.
It's not who you want to be with. Well, him, his wife fell in love on their own and they had to go into hiding to be together and while they were in hiding and their families refuting, it was Romeo and Juliet, and each family was accusing the other one of hiding the couple and they were killing each other.
They were just doing everything, demoralizing and humane to one another. What brought him out of hiding was his mother and sister were both kidnapped, gang raped and murdered by his wife's family members.
What happened to him. His whole situation is not isolated. It happens a lot in Pakistan, it's the way things are. Maraud was just another dude to me, he was a good dude to me, and he was kind to me, and he would end up sharing his last meal with me and having it prepared, so that I'd enjoy it, not him.
And he didn't even tell me that it was his last meal. He had it prepared so nothing was spicy, and I hated spicy food, but he had it prepared so that I enjoyed it and he didn't even tell me.
And till this day, it's still the nicest thing anyone's ever done for me. And it was by a man named Maraud on death row. Erik Aude:  Yeah, no, he was, he was, he was.
I mean, I don't know how he didn't tell me. Jordan Harbinger:  He didn't want you to feel bad or be emotionally. He wanted to enjoy his last day on Earth with his friend.
Erik Aude:  We were just boys that day. We ate, we played chess, we played poker, we talked about life and when I said, I'll see you next week.
He says, inshallah. And I never saw him again. He was hung in the next morning. Jordan Harbinger:  Yeah. Oh man. So while you're in prison, what's going on with Rai Gharizian back in fricking Glendale or whatever in your case.
What's going on with this guy who clearly set you up? What's happening with this guy? All mugshots. That's Rai Gharizian. But she continued on her itinerary to LAX.
They found in the walls of her suitcase professionally concealed also opium. So they set up this thing. They arrested both her and Rai Gharizian, except he posted bail under the name Razmik Minasian.
So when he posted bail, my mom's private investigator, my mom's private investigator at this time was the only one looking for this guy because these guys are like, well, Eric's a drug smuggler.
We can't find this guy. It made no sense why they couldn't find them. It really didn't because I had his name. Everyone at the gym knew him. So why was it so difficult to find this man?
Well, it was difficult because it wasn't his real name. I'd known this man for years. I consider him one of my best fucking friends and I never even knew his real name.
Why would he lie to me about his name? Because he was setting me up from the beginning. He was setting everyone up from the beginning and the only way we were able to find out because this dickhead didn't miss a beat.
He continued to go on having people unknowingly smuggle opium from. So that Swedish woman got caught, got arrested, but with him and he was able to pose bell.
But when my mom was proud, investigator brought it to the investigators in charge of this case. They go that always got different aliases.
They rearrested him simply on that information, denied him bell knowing now that he's got different aliases, they let the Swedish girl go back to your country without being charged with in less than two weeks.
Simply because her story matched mine and several others, they deemed her a dupe. A dupe is someone who has no idea they're being used to smuggle anything illegal.
A mule is somebody who knows they're smuggling something illegal. Erik Aude:  A mule is in on it. A dupe has no fucking clue and it happens all the time.
So when I got that information, I was happy. I was like, all right, my being in jail helped a woman not be in jail. So something good finally came from some from this holy shit, something good probably came from this.
So I said to the guy, now that you got the real guy, what's going to happen? When do I get to go home? And I can tell from the DEA is an expression.
Everyone but Christy, the new counselors, Christy was cool. She was respectful, but everyone else had made fun of me. Maybe next time you'll pack a little lighter.
Maybe next time you won't get so greedy. They see you in jail. So they assume you're there because you deserve to be there because that's what they want to do.
I've never seen someone that was actually innocent. So here he is sitting across the table from me telling me he knows I'm innocent and that he can't do anything for me.
So fucked up. The embassy, the embassy likes to make fun of you. They like to put it on you, but the truth is it's on them. They could do something.
They could have done something. Even if I had been guilty, they could have done something, but now that they knew that I was innocent, it's not that they could do something that's that they won't because they don't want to muddy the waters as they say.
They don't want to drip. They said if it was a visa violation or a murder case, they can get involved.
They need to be way the fuck flexible on that because I percent believe that a lot of people go to jail for shit they don't do sure, especially in narcotics related, especially in our narcotics related, and the embassy just doesn't give a shit.
They were criminals in there, they were rapists in there, they were murderers in there, they were drug smugglers in there. But Pakistan is like, fucking let's get rid of all the Iraqis.
The first one, they got a couple dozen. But they wouldn't do it for one of their own. They wouldn't do it for one of their own.
Someone they knew was innocent. But they can't put me in the general population. Erik Aude:  Yeah, and the only reason I got taken off is because a new superintendent came to the prison.
And when new superintendents come to prison, they shake the system up. We got change it, and when they go in they start searching out of prison.
People were trying to kill this guy. Any of the hijackers are my boys, they want to put me with the hijacker.
I said, okay, put him two cell. That's where the NAB prisoners are. The National Accountability Bureau prisoners.
They're like politicians and people with money who you know are arrested for corruption. They're not violent prisoners. So they put me in two cell.
So this is after nine and a half months. I've been going back and forth to court, 50 plus times. January 3rd, All right, 11 and a half months roughly.
I've been in jail. I'm offered a deal, Eric, and the embassies helped me with this now, because now they're not making fun of me as much.
Judge is going to give you a two year prison sentence. That's good. That's great. That's great news. You'll probably be out of here within four months.
Okay, but here's the catch. Pakistan doesn't want to look bad by saying they kept a guy in jail for a crime he didn't commit.
So you have to plead guilty. I mean, that was just like a punch in the face after everything I've been through, after everything I've been through and these guys want me to plead guilty to boot.
It's not an option for me. Erik Aude:  And it was the Pakistani interpreter [Razhal]  who says to me, he goes, Eric, what's worth more to you?
Your pride or your freedom? Like for him it was like a no brainer. Erik Aude:  But to me that was everything. And he made me ask myself that what is worth more to me, my pride or my freedom?
And right then and there, I already knew my answer. There was no way in hell I was going to plead guilty for a crime I didn't commit.
So I got presented from the judge and judges expecting to get paid. He's expecting me to pay 1, bucks, 60, rupees.
And I'm just thinking like this guy's going to give me 25 years to life in prison or death. And he gave me seven years and I was happy. I was fucking happy when I got 7 years.
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