Cali cartel


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Noun1.Cali cartel - a drug cartel that seized control of cocaine production in Colombia in 1993; adopted techniques used by terrorist organizations (small cells and sophisticated communications equipment and close ties with politicians etc.)
Colombia, Republic of Colombia - a republic in northwestern South America with a coastline on the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea; achieved independence from Spain in 1821 under the leadership of Simon Bolivar; Spanish is the official language
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DEA agents Javier Pena and Steve Murphy will take part in an evening of conversation on the famous capturing of Pablo Escobar and the Cali Cartel.
Sector-wise Engineering shed 11 percent WoW; cement was down 9 percent as allegedly the Cali cartel meeting didn't go as planned and has been deferred till a later date, OMC's were down 8 percent, power contracted 7 percent, fertilisers lost 4 percent of their potency, while E and P's and banks fared a little better losing 2 percent and 1 percent, respectively.
Netflix unleashes the third series of Narcos early next month in which Pedro Pascal's Javier Pena is going after the Cali Cartel.
More deaths and brutal killings are in store for viewers in the upcoming season as the Cali cartel takes over the business that Pablo once dominated.
Despite his willingness to take on anyone willing to challenge him, be it the rival Cali cartel, the Colombian government, or even the US Drug Enforcement Administration, Escobar's overriding concern is for his family humanises the otherwise monstrous character.
Former Cali Cartel man Spencer Benjamin was punched in the face at Walton jail after a simmering feud exploded into violence.
Chisholm, described in court as a "Mr Big", is said to have been supplied by the late Pablo Escobar, then leader of the infamous Cali cartel in Colombia.
federal indictment in the Western District of Virginia for his role in a drug money laundering conspiracy involving the Cali Cartel.
The Cali Cartel funded politicians, hired top international lawyers and invested their drugs profits in legitimate businesses.
The case of Arizabaleta, a key person in the Cali cartel structure, is the most dramatic example of what, in various ways, Moreno Torres, Naranjo, Gomez Mendez, and Galan are criticizing.
Valencia-Trujillo, a former principal of the famed Cali Cartel, was sentenced to 40 years' imprisonment and ordered to forfeit $110,000,000 in illicit proceeds.