druglord


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druglord

(ˈdrʌɡˌlɔːd)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a criminal who controls the distribution and sale of large quantities of illegal drugs
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But Hard Landing's fictional villain Gerry Carpenter -a scheming druglord who will stop at nothing to avoid justice -does take his name from Leather's real-life friend.
At the height of his activities, the druglord was exporting at least 600 tonnes of processed cocaine every year - about 80 per cent of the world's supply.
According to Bardem, he never felt the human side of Escobar in the other movies and TV shows focusing on the druglord.
Jason Statham is a former DEA agent who moves to a small town for a quiet life with his daughter, but gets drawn into conflict with a druglord played brilliantly by James Franco.
DESIGNER jeans worth around PS40,000, expensive jewellery, huge amounts of cocaine and half a million pounds of cash was found inside home of druglord Khalad Uddin.
A DRUGLORD who holidayed in Dubai and gifted dirty cash to churches was caught boasting about how he was "swimming in gear".
HOMEFRONT (5Star, Tuesday, 9pm) SYLVESTER Stallone wrote the script for this action thriller which sees Jason Statham as a former government agent and single dad who runs into trouble with a druglord when he and his daughter move into a new neighbourhood.
The colt, whose name is a phrase used by Colombian druglord Pablo Escobar in the TV series Narco and means 'silver or lead', cost PS26,000 as a yearling.
The Mexican druglord later added the following: "Your God cannot save you from the true terror that my men will levy at you if you continue to impact my operation".
10PM Wesley Snipes exudes malevolent charisma as a smug New York druglord in this classic 90s crime flick, often referred to as the Black Scarface.
Football-crazy druglord Fernando Sanchez Arellano was also "busted while watching World Cup.