By Glenn Dallas
Dan “Tito” Davis has seen more of the world than most people, and certainly under different circumstances. He visited more than 50 countries while on the run from U.S. and international law enforcement.
Convicted for five years in the ’80s for tax evasion, he found relatively safer work smuggling pot. Until an associate who was dealing in much harder drugs — meth in particular — used him as a bargaining chip and threw him under the bus.
Facing a 30-year sentence, Dan opted to flee the country. No name, no ID, no contacts… just cash.
That’s only the start of the story revealed in Gringo: My Life on the Edge as an International Fugitive. I had the opportunity to sit down with Dan and discuss his book, his life, and this incredible journey.