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  • Pablo Escobar, still dead, and still generating loads of money

    Although Pablo Escobar was one of the worst criminals in Colombia's history and responsible for at least 4,000 murders, the image of the capo continues to generate admiration among his fans and a lot of revenue.

Pablo Escobar, still dead, and still generating loads of money

Although Pablo Escobar was one of the worst criminals in Colombia's history and responsible for at least 4,000 murders, the image of the capo continues to generate admiration among his fans and a lot of revenue.
Matias J. Ocner, Catalina Ruiz Miami Herald Staff