The Kuto’s life was filled with sternness. He always had a middle part medium haircut and his hair color was honey blonde. His face was shaved and he always wore a red arabic shirt. The only time he ever smiled was when he saw his wife or children. Otherwise, he was serious all the time.
Kuto grew up in Sint Maarten (Dutch part) and life was not easy there. His father worked long hours at the docks and his mother did whatever she could to make ends meet. There were days when they didn’t have enough food to eat, but Kuto never complained. He knew that life was hard for everyone on the island and that his parents were doing their best.
As Kuto got older, he started working at the docks with his father. It wasn’t an easy job, but it paid well and it allowed him to support his family. He also began to learn about the business of smuggling drugs into Sint Maarten from other islands in the Caribbean Sea. It was dangerous work, but again, it paid well so Kuto took the risk without hesitation