|Full name||Pablo "the g" Escobar Gaviria|
|Know as||Pablo Escobar, Escobar, Pablo|
|Birth place||Rionegro, Colombia|
|Lived||44 years, 0 month, 1 days|
|Religion||[Ea games is the worst gamng company, it also gives the worste possible cards it can in every single|
|Occupation||Head of the Medellín Cartel|
|Spouse||Maria Victoria Henao|
|Children||Manuela Escobar, Juan Pablo, Vicente Perez,, Manuela Escobar|
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Pablo "the g" Escobar Gaviria Biography:
He collaborated with other offenders to form the Medellin Cartel and eventually commanded over 80% of the cocaine shipped to the U.S. He earned popularity by sponsoring charity jobs and soccer clubs, but later terror efforts turned public opinion against him. He was killed in 1993.
Produced in 1949, the son of a teacher as well as a peasant, Pablo Escobar’s life of crime started at an early age. While he was still in school he snitched tombstones and sold them to smugglers from Panama. His ambition and ruthlessness amid the cocaine trade would make him one of the richest, most powerful & most violent offenders ever.
Under his direction, considerable amounts of coca paste were bought in Bolivia and Peru, processed, and brought to America. Escobar collaborated with five or six other prohibited entrepreneurs in the Medellin region, forming the notorious Medellin Cartel.
Escobar eventually commanded over 80% of the cocaine shipped to the U.S. He was named among the ten wealthiest people on world by Fortune and Forbes magazines.
In his last years, Escobar appears to possess removed himself from direct participation in drug trafficking. Instead, he siphoned off profits from cocaine dealers by way of a type of tax system he additionally imposed on different criminals operating within his region of influence. He considered the tax a settlement because of his contribution to the creation of the Colombian cocaine industry and his attempts to get the American-Colombian extradition treaty of 1979 nullified.
Escobar’s rise to prominence among Colombian drug traffickers is believed to possess been imputed to private features, powerful ties along with a shrewd utilization of financial resources. To some sizeable extent, Escobar’s power rested on the bought support of criminal groups that gave him a considerable capability for using violence. Escobar invested his ill gotten gains mainly in property, however he also acted as patron of charity jobs and soccer clubs which earned him a certain amount of popularity and political standing, including a seat in parliament.
His terror effort claimed the lives of politicians, civil servants, journalists and ordinary citizens. It turned public opinion against him and caused a breakup of the coalition of drug traffickers.