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Pablo Escobar: The Rise and Fall of the King of Cocaine Audiobook

Pablo Escobar: The Rise and Fall of the King of Cocaine

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Life is what you make it. Nobody can ever tell how in the world a young middle-class and innocent boy became one of the most wanted and most notorious criminal in the world. Sometimes, circumstances can change an angel into a devil and vice versa. A person is the only one who can decide for his own life and of the future that he would love to have soon. Money is one of the things that can make a person change into someone that is very unlike of him. Pablo Escobar is one of those innocent people who became the most destructive person of the past due to some changes in his life that had a great influence on him.

Who says that only those celebrities are the most influential and most famous persons on Earth? Pablo Escobar is famous not because he is a celebrity, but because he was one of the most notorious and richest Colombian drug lords who has supplied over 80 percent of cocaine that was smuggled into the United States. Pablo Escobar was widely known in the world as the "King of Cocaine" and became a big name in the industry of black market when he became the wealthiest criminal who had ever lived; with an estimated net worth of about 30 billion US dollars way back in the early 1990s. Aside from that, he had an approximately 50 billion US dollars with his money that was buried in several parts of Colombia.

This book tells the beginnings and the brutal rise, as well as the fall, of the world's most dangerous outlaw and Colombian King of Cocaine Pablo Escobar, whose injustice criminal empire and reign held a whole nation of over 30 million hostages. His criminal empire has brought a reign of complete chaos and terror that would only end with Pablo Escobar's death, and this had happened after a 16-month manhunt for Escobar. At his height and peak of success in the 1980s, Pablo Escobar owned planes and fleets of luxury boats, and 19 different residences and mansions in Medellin, each with its very own helipad.

©2015 J.D. Rockefeller (P)2016 J.D. Rockefeller

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