(KDLT) At his farm in the small town of Bruce, South Dakota Richard Adee is long way from world of international smuggling, Homeland Security and Interpol, but it's a part of his life, and not by choice.
Adee and his sons own one of the largest honey operations in the country, and to a small and greedy group of international traders, the honey has become a form of liquid gold.
Cheaply produced in China, it can be sold for enormous profit in the United States if they can get it by U.S. Customs without being caught.
Much to the frustration of Adee and other honey producers, scheme after scheme has made that possible.
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