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    Pablo Escobar

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    Pablo Escobar The paper traces Escobar's life from humble peasant beginnings to powerful cocaine drug dealer and kingpin. The paper discusses the sound financial decisions Escobar made as well as the way he invested in legitimate projects using the funds he gained illegally. The paper explores the influence Escobar had and the way he worked, ultimately unsuccessfully, to establish a no-extradition clause into the Colombian constitution. Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria was born on December 1 1949

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    the Pablo Escobar story

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    drug lord Pablo Escobar was gunned down on a rooftop in Medellin Colombia. Only a few years earlier he was one of the most powerful and wealthy drug lords in history. The demise of Pablo Escobar was brought about by a combination of legal and illegal means. A Colombian police unit known as the Search Bloc, with help from specialised American military units, ran the legal search for Escobar. A vigilante group known as Los Pepes used brutal illegal tactics in order to aid the search for Escobar and exact

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    Pablo Escobar Analysis

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    The Infamous Pablo Escobar Sins of my Father is a documentary film of the infamous cocaine drug lord Pablo Escobar. This documentary is told by one of Escobar’s sons, Juan Pablo Escobar, who changed his name to Sebastian Marroquin. Pablo Escobar was a man born and raised in Antioquia, Colombia. His son stated that his father was good at cheating, because when they played monopoly he would always find a way to cheat. Escobar was first known as a savior man, but later became one of the most wanted

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    Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria was born in a lower middle class family in the city of Medellin on December 1st, 1949. His brother, Roberto Escobar, always said he was caring and always wanted to support the family.(Banks) Escobar began his criminal career as a schoolboy by stealing tombstones from graveyards and selling them to smugglers from Panama. He eventually drifted into petty crime until he got hired to illegaly drive coca paste from the Andean Mountains to laboratories in Medellin. During this

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    Pablo Escobar

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    Pablo Escobar had a great impact on drug trade to the U.S. in the 1980s. How he got into cocaine, how he smuggled, it shows and how he was brought down. Pablo Escobar was born January 12, 1949. After being kicked out of school , he began his career as a thief in streets of Medellin Colombia. Its rumored that Escobar got his start by stealing tomb stones from local cemeteries, then sand blasting them and re-selling them to Panama. Pablo then started on the drug scene by smoking Colombia’s highly potent

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    Pablo Escobar was a Colombian drug dealer that became the most wanted man in the 80s and 90s due to his crimes. The U.S and Colombian government worked together to kill Pablo Escobar. Pablo Escobar was born in Rio Negro, Antioquia. He became a successful drug dealer because laws against drugs were not very strong back in the 80s. By the time the Colombia government found out about the social, and political damage this kind of business could do, Pablo Escobar was already super rich, and had too much

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    Pablo Escobar Pablo Escobar, one of the most powerful, fearful and wealthiest man in history. Escobar was listed by Forbes magazine as the seventh richest man in the world in 1989. Born in the ghetto of Medellin, one of the largest city in Colombia, Escobar started his criminal career off as a small time gang member and a car thief. His small time crimes wouldn't compare for what he had in store. In the late 1970's Escobar and his Medellin cartel became one of the most dominate crime organizations

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    “The Death of Pablo Escobar” On December 1st, 1949, one of the most dangerous, frightening, wealthiest drug lords was born in Colombia; his name, Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria. This drug lord wasn’t just any regular drug dealer. He killed anyone who interfered with his business. He was the head mastermind behind the Medellin Cartel, where he made tons of cocaine daily. This man seems like he would be a terrible person, however he did somethings to benefit the poor(1,Macias,Amanda). At

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    it’s colorful characters such as the infamous Pablo Escobar, the history of corruption is rich. Corruption in the Narc world is what I will be focusing on, the drug cartels have been controlling almost every aspect in their coresponding country. I first became interested in Pablo Escobar when I began watching Narcos, good show but El Patron de El Mal was recommended to me and it turns out it gives a much deeper detailed story of the infamous Pablo Escobar. Out of all the details in his life what I find

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    “The Death of Pablo Escobar” On December 1st, 1949, one of the most dangerous, frightening, wealthiest drug lords was born in Colombia; his name, Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria. This drug lord wasn’t just any regular drug dealer. He killed anyone who interfered with his business. He was the head mastermind behind the Medellin Cartel, where he made tons of cocaine daily. This man seems like he would be a terrible person, however he did somethings to benefit the poor(1,Macias,Amanda). At

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