JJ Gonzalez “The Baggage Handler”

I was an American Airlines employee for 20 years,  a ramp worker (the guys with the ear muffs) and  also a Skycap before I turned bad — helping a Columbia Cartel  smuggle drugs through Miami International Airport.  I got caught and then became a DEA informant, where I did my best to make up for my past mistakes for nearly five years.

English: Concourse D, Miami International Airp...

I’m coming out soon with a book about the Cartel,  drugs, the DEA and the theft of passengers’ personal belongings  by airline workers.
I’m exposing the whole trade to protect you. I’m also seeking to redeem my mistakes.
This blog is part of that process. The baggage handler

Excerpted from the forthcoming memoir, The Baggage Handler.

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15 Responses to JJ Gonzalez “The Baggage Handler”

  1. Caleb Gee says:

    I’d be very interested in reading it.

  2. You got me hooked! I’ll look forward to reading it!

  3. Looking forward to hearing more!

  4. I really enjoy your writing and look forward to following your work. Thanks for stopping by my weak attempt at this stuff. Greatly appreciated and in good company.

  5. Maria says:

    I’m wondering what made you “join” the Colombia’s cartel in the first place

  6. Christina George says:

    Sounds good! Are you going to posting your book on GoodReads.com??

  7. Angi says:

    I’m hooked 🙂

  8. Awesome blog, I think this will make an awesome book. Thanks for the follow on my blog, I will definitely be keeping an eye on yours.

  9. sarahogar says:

    Interesting blog. I’d be interested to read you book!

  10. Rebecca says:

    What a unique blog. Thanks for the follow and for liking my posts. I read today’s post which highlighted what your blog is about. What would be a good post to start with to get me up to speed as to how this all started, where you are now, etc.? ‘

    BTY, great name for a book.


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