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.
With his current average of kills, he could wipe out Verona including all the Capulets and all the Montagues. He is averaging more kills in those 4 days than most serial killers do in a year. Within a year or two he could wipe Verona off the map and make it a literal ghost town. If he would have been in the quarrel also he would have raised his average kills to a tremendous amount which could wipe out entire countries in 10 years. If Romeo didn't kill himself he would have kept killing until all the Capulets are dead then he would start blaming his family for it then start killing them.
When Dufresne escaped the prison he took the evidence with him and managed to withdraw all of the money he had been banking for the warden. He then left for Mexico and waited for his friend Red whom he met in prison when he had received parole. In addition, another key character in The Shawshank Redemption is Ellis Boyd “Red”, played by Morgan Freeman. In the film, Red is the narrator and he was convicted of murder twenty years prior to the start of the film. Throughout the film, Red is considered to be the prison smuggler and he was the person who helped Andy acquire a hammer which was then later revealed to be the tool used for Andy
Notoriously violent, powerful and ruthless, Tomas, The Snake, Chacon, ruled the cocaine trade for two decades, in the small area of Central America where this story takes place. His nefarious enterprise brought him a level of wealth that had him listed in the top ten richest men in his Province by the mid 1980’s. Possibly one of the most famous names in the criminal history. Of the local area, he became a cult figure to many of the young hoodlums in the slums of the city where he lived.
Two of the men, dressed as police and pretending to conduct an ordinary raid, entered the garage and lined the associates of Irish gang boss George “Bugs” Moran’s up against the wall. Two others in civilian clothes followed with machine guns and, along with the “police,” opened fire on the seven men, pounding seventy bullets into them in what became known as the St. Valentine’s Day Massacre. The murders were never pinned on Capone, who claimed to be in Florida at the time. When public relief funds became scarce in Chicago during the Great Depression, Capone, playing up his sense of community, fed three thousand unemployed per day. In six weeks, he donated twenty thousand meals at a cost of $12,000.
But his past illegal records forced him to resign the position after two years of the election. The justice minister who had revealed Escobar's notorious background was later slain. La Catedral prison, Search Bloc, and Los Pepes In June 1991, Escobar surrendered to the Colombian government but in return, he asked his own luxury private prison called “La Catedral” which was guarded by men he handpicked from among his
With all of this fear, how could Maximilien Robespierre possibly have a downfall? As the last two months of the terror came, the tyrant started to blame himself for the thousands of deaths. He passed the Law of the Twenty Second Prairial, which stated that all rights of the accused victim were washed away, making the executions go even faster (Linton). After the Committee of Public Safety passed this, Robespierre never attended another meeting. In his last few weeks, he rarely left his assigned room.
Charles Manson is one of the most notorious criminals in modern American history. Although he did not personally kill anyone, he masterminded the homicides of seven prominent public figures. Although, some reports have reported that there were even more murders;however, there isn’t enough evidence to substantiate it just no other evidence. Some categorize him as criminally insane, but instead of the death penalty the american taxpayers have paid just over two million dollars to house and feed this cold blooded killer. Charles Manson was born Charles Miles Maddox in Cincinnati,Ohio on November 12, 1934 to a young woman named Kathleen Maddox.
In the year 1960, a hard-working young man had saved up $5,000 and started his own investment firm. Forty-eight years later, that same man was imprisoned for 150 years for running an elaborate Ponzi scheme. The scandal was the largest pyramid scheme in history, and its operator became one of the most infamous figures of the time. This man, Bernard Madoff, who was at one time a hard-working individual, eventually gave into human nature, specifically greed, and became a monster. Greed is an evil that turns people into slaves of their own desires.
Introduction: Attention getter: according to ohio.gov, over 4,000 people died of drug overdose in 2016. Relevance: drug abuse is a growing epidemic especially here in Ohio, which is ranked 2nd worst overdose rates in the united states. Credibility: multiple of my family members have been addicted to drugs and i have first hand experience of how drug abuse can affect someone's life, and how rehab affects people addicted to drugs vs how prison affects people addicted to drugs. Thesis & Preview: as a result of the growing drug epidemic in the United States, thousands die every year. There are many proposed solutions for this problem such as decriminalization, rehab, prison, and even the death penalty.
Drugs are one of the biggest sources of income for those connected to cartels and other large-scale operations. These 10 richest drug dealers of all time made unbelievable amounts of money throughout the course of their lifetimes. Some of these stories are beyond unbelievable, so you better sit down before you read this. Now presenting: the 10 richest drug dealers of all time.
David McDermott is a 42-year-old man who was found in Ghana, after a three-year manhunt. He was one of Britain’s most wanted fugitives and he was captured in Ghana for his connection to plot to bring £71m worth of cocaine into the UK. McDermott is suspected of being a member of an organized crime syndicate from Liverpool. It is believed that the group is responsible for a failed smuggling operation discovered by the border force at Tilbury Docks in May 2013.
Drug dealers sentenced to Rikers Island Detention Center in New York City listen carefully, they like the thought of making $200,000 a year legally. Speaking to them is a thirty three year old self made millionaire he know firsthand about gongs and drugs. Fernando Mateo dropped out of school in the tenth grade, however, he learned how to be a carpet layer. Mateo 's bosses showed him no respect therefore, he started his own business with a $2,000 loan for his father. thirteen years later, he owns two big stores, his business brings in $3 million per year.
history on Valentine’s Day in running off with 57,000 dollars. For the next few years they robbed banks, stagecoaches and stores. For about a good twenty years or so during the early 1800’s the James Gang was the most feared outlaws in America because of their assertiveness and reluctance of mercy. During their lifetime of crime the James Gang committed over 20 crimes and stole more than 200,000 dollars in valuables and money. Their actions soon were looked upon as a success to the confederacy.
While in "Gilded Age", all levels of government had corruption, graft public money for their own. One of the most notorious New York City Boss Tweed William M. Tweed, his wealth has more than $25 million in 1871, all was dirty money. During the period he served as mayor of New York, the city requires all public officials to report false, false ratio as high as 85%. He presided over the construction of the New York county government office buildings, 40 chairs and 3 tables then discount about $179000, but a thermometer was quoted $7500. According to statistics, in 1860 ~ 1900, American municipal debt by $200 million soared to $1.4 billion, most of them are the City boss and partisans pocketed.