How Did Pablo Escobar Influence Other Crime

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Pablo Escobar Within the series, it introduces the main entity, Pablo Escobar. Born during the violent years within Colombia, Escobar had search methods to support his family. Escobar encountered beginning stages of his psychological mindset altering to become a criminal by stealing and smuggling cars. He eventually came across the Cocaine Industry and became interested, due high amounts that came from the industry. With profit being very in the cocaine industry, Forbes announced Pablo Escobar to be the 7th wealthiest man in the world. During the 1970’s Pablo Escobar decided to collaborate with other crime organization to establish the Medellin Cartel. The Drug Cartel was formed in partnership with other crime organization to distribute cocaine to the American Market. During the 1970’s and 1980’s Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel was responsible for working in cocaine smuggling business and it was estimated that they were responsible for 80%-90% of drug shipments to the United States, and 80% of drug shipments globally. With the Drug trade, Escobar was able to a fortune and he was able to afford a luxurious lifestyle. He also had his own army of soldiers and seasonal criminals to help him to accomplish his goals. Within-season 2, episode 10 of the Netflix original franchise, Narcos, it illustrates Escobars finals moments were before his life was ended but Colombian Police. Before Escobar died, he enjoyed Medellin, Colombia for what it…show more content…
Maria lived a life of being a refugee, and after her husband, Escobar was shot by the Columbian police, she was charged for being apart of the Medellin Cartel, but it was later to be proven false. Though she lived a life of being a refugee due to her husband being a convicted criminal, she never opposed her husband nor ever decided to leave his side, living up to her husband to be the ideal wife till her husband 's last

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