All rights reserved. More on this:. An incredible piece of automotive and racing history is now for sale, and it comes with a touch of controversy for owned and raced by international narcoterrorist Pablo Escobar. Of these 15 examples, 12 were for drivers and 3 were spares. The last time this special Porsche was raced was at the Daytona 24 Hours in , after which it made its way to Colombia, where it was owned — and raced — by druglord Pablo Escobar. Apparently, in addition to alleged Robin Hood-like dreams of helping his people out of poverty, the King of Cocaine also had a thing for racing.
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Since the late s, two men have emerged as the most powerful and most dangerous drug lords in the world. Pablo Escobar, a farmer's son from rural Colombia, and Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, a product of Mexico's rugged Sierra Madre mountains, delivered immeasurable amounts of cocaine and other drugs to the world during their respective reigns — Escobar's came to an end on a dingy Medellin rooftop in late , and Guzman's appears to be over as he sits in a US jail and his cartel is consumed by power struggles. During their respective climbs to the top of the narco food chain, they amassed obscene amounts of wealth and exposed the world to unimaginable levels of terror. Born to a humble farming family near the city of Medellin in north-central Colombia, Pablo Escobar started his career committing various petty crimes.
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A herd of hippopotamuses once owned by the late Colombian drug baron Pablo Escobar has been taking over the countryside near his former ranch - and no-one quite knows what to do with them. It was in , 14 years after Escobar's death, that people in rural Antioquia, miles north-west of Bogota, began phoning the Ministry of Environment to report sightings of a peculiar animal. He went to look, and found himself faced with the task of explaining to startled villagers that this was an animal from Africa. A hippopotamus. Everything happened because of the whim of a villain.
If Colombian drug baron Pablo Escobar was still alive, he would almost be jealous. The Mexican Joaquin Guzman Loera, aka "El Chapo", who has earned the same reputation as an omnipotent drug trafficker, had luxury tastes no doubt even more delusional than his late counterpart: the list has just been drawn up at his trial in Brooklyn federal court in New York. Like any self-respecting Latin American cartel leader - after having been an indispensable right-hand man, El Chapo led the Sinaloa cartel for 25 years - he has or had a large property in Guadalajara, the capital of the state of Jalisco, in western Mexico. His estate boasted several swimming pools and tennis courts