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Pablo Escobar

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Transcript of Pablo Escobar

Pablo Escobar
GOAL!
Thank you!
Background
He was born in the colombian city of Rionegro, Antioquia. He started as a petty street thief stealing cars. His father was a farmer and his mother was a school teacher. Eventually in life he formed the Medellin Cartel who controlled over 80% of the cocaine shipped to the united states. He was known as the “King of Coke”. Ranked one of the most powerful and violent criminals of all times
Sources
Prendergast, Alan. “The Hit Man Nobody Knows.” Westword, 2 Apr. 2016, www.westword.com/news/the-hit-man-nobody-knows-5066904.
“Pablo Escobar.” Biography.com, A&E Networks Television, 8 July 2016, www.biography.com/people/pablo-escobar-9542497.
Avianca Flight 203
This was a flight that took off from El Dorado International Airport in Bogota, its destination was Alfonso Bonilla Aragon International Airport. Unfortunately the flight never reached its destination due to the fact that Escobar had a man on the plane who lit off a bomb 5 minutes into the flight. His goal was to kill one of his enemies who turned out not to even be on board. The first bomb went off in the cabin and the explosion from the first one set off another in the cargo haul of the plane. The two bombs split the plane in half sending bodies and debris all over the country side. There were 107 total people on board that flight and there weren’t any survivors. Pablo never got charged for the act of terrorism but they did charge his hired assassins working for him.
Forensics Used
It was a very long process to name every mangled body they found on site. For surely they used multiple ways to identify the bodies, they could of gotten blood samples and even taken fingerprints but it still would of been very hard to do.
Born December 1st, 1949
Died December 2nd 1993
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