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“Through Sluyter’s connections at A&M, they had recruited a small army of mostly white, college-age kids looking for extra cash and adventure. During the summer of 2012, Max estimates, the team was smuggling as many as 40 to 50 immigrants a week — at $500 a head. ‘I was making so much money,’ Max says. ‘I didn’t have to give a f#ck.'” In Rolling Stone, Flinder Boyd tells the story of how three friends and a team of frat brothers — plus a stripper, an ex-army ranger, a door-to-door salesman and a go-go dancer — made a fortune off human smuggling.

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