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A hilarious, entertaining, and illuminating compendium of the most bizarre ways you might become a federal criminal in America - from mailing a mongoose to selling Swiss cheese without enough holes - written and illustrated by the creator of the wildly popular @CrimeADay Twitter account.

Have you ever clogged a toilet in a national forest? That could get you six months in federal prison. Written a letter to a pirate? You might be looking at three years in the slammer. Leaving the country with too many nickels, drinking a beer on a bicycle in a national park, or importing a pregnant polar bear are all very real crimes, and this riotously funny and ridiculously entertaining book shows how just about anyone can become - or may already be - a federal criminal. 

Whether you’re a criminal defense lawyer or just a self-taught expert in outrageous offenses, How to Become a Federal Criminal is your wonderfully weird window into a criminally overlooked sector of American government. 

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©2019 Mike Chase (P)2019 Simon & Schuster

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I'm a proud FedCrim - who has no idea what he did.

The last paragraph is the penultimate slam on Government stupidity and political correctness. 5 stars.