Конечно, свои поисковики предлагают и другие сайты. Colombian authorities said that Rodriguez Gacha and planned the December 8, 1989 in Bogotá which killed 63 people and injured an estimated 1,000. Не требуется обязательная регистрация, просмотр рекламы, ответы на смс и пр. It is claimed that he helped design a trafficking operation that employed pilot who was murdered on February 19, 1986, after agreeing to testify against the Medellín Cartel. After several unsuccessful attempts to escape from the police, Freddy Gonzalo armed with a 9 mm pistol , Gilberto Rendón and three other bodyguards got off the truck and, while running towards a group of trees, engaged in a shootout with one of the aircraft, during which two of the fugitives were killed by a burst of the helicopter-mounted machine gun. . During the late 1970s, Rodríguez advanced in the organizational hierarchy, pioneering new trafficking routes through and into the United States, primarily and.
Rodríguez Gacha became one of the main economic supporters of the group. After moving to in 1976, Rodríguez Gacha associated with the family, Pablo Escobar, and in establishing an alliance that eventually strengthened into what would become known as the. To ensure his dominion on the land, Rodríguez Gacha became involved in an intense and violent power struggle over control of the mines. Meanwhile, the other helicopter was chasing the truck with Gacha and one of his men inside. His push to join his properties in his hometown in with his many lands in the middle Magdalena region soon put him in conflict with his old allies in the emerald business, as the emerald region of was in between. The helicopter then landed; 5 elite policemen engaged in another shootout with the remaining fugitives, two bodyguards and Freddy Gonzalo, eventually killing them.
At some point, Rodríguez Gacha decided that the drug business was more profitable and became independent. He left school in the early 1970s and moved to , , the center of the emerald exploitation in Colombia. Narcos follows drug kingpin played by actor , as well as the ruthless. However, police confirmed that he had died from a bullet, citing the destructive effect of a large-caliber bullet and the fact that El Mexicano's hands were not damaged, which would have been the case if he had detonated a grenade. Neighbours deduced from the sound of grenades and the damage to his face that El Mexicano had committed suicide by detonating a grenade against his head. According to the , the money represented long-term high-yield stocks and investments and was held in bank accounts in England, , , and the United States. By October 1989, public support for the crackdown was beginning to wane and the government decided to focus its attention on capturing either Pablo Escobar or Rodríguez.
Both Pablo Escobar and Rodríguez were implicated in the August 18, 1989, slaying of popular presidential candidate , who was considered likely to be elected Colombia's next president. A few months later, Escobar was indicted for Lara's murder and Rodríguez was named as a. As the military leader of the cartel, Rodríguez Gacha was instrumental in many assassinations and other violent actions against the Cali Cartel. Rivera introduced him to Pablo Escobar and to Mexican drug lord,. When the fugitives got an opportunity, they ran to a red truck parked near the village and drove away, and were pursued by the police.
When no signs of fatherly concern emerged, the police released Freddy and waited. El Navegante again gave information on Gacha's location to the police after he left in the evening on December 14, 1989. Carranza and the emerald guild were also providing intelligence reports. The two men were also accused of involvement in the November 27, 1989 bombing of outside Bogotá that killed all 107 people aboard. This, coupled with his infatuation with Mexican popular culture, music, and horse culture, and his fondness for foul language, earned him the nickname El Mexicano the.
He came from a poor family of modest pig farmers, and it is said that his formal education did not extend beyond grade school. As he became one of the main capos of the rising Cartel, Rodríguez Gacha started having problems with the guerrilla, mostly derived from the fact that the insurgent army taxed some of his coca plantations, and that they sometimes robbed some of his men. Однако мы создали куда более удобную систему. Freddy's alleged crime, possession of illegal weapons, was relatively minor but police held him longer than most unindicted prisoners, hoping to put pressure on Rodríguez. The traffickers cooperated in the manufacturing, distribution and marketing of cocaine.
At first, the Colombian public overwhelmingly backed Barco's crackdown, which was announced hours after the assassination of Galán on August 19. In 1988, magazine included him in their annual list of the world's billionaires. Authorities conducted raids throughout the country and made thousands of arrests. Residents of Pacho said he donated money to renovate buildings, and some viewed him as a public benefactor. At noon on December 15, 1989, twenty-two policemen seventeen of whom were from the elite police boarded the two artillery helicopters and flew over El Tesoro, a village between Coveñas and Tolú where the police were told that the target was hidden. The negotiation failed after news of it leaked to the press, provoking the open opposition of the United States to any immunity deal.
Поэтому возможность быстро отыскать нужный фильм или сериал будет по достоинству оценена всеми поклонниками кинематографа. On February 27, 1989, he directed a group of 25 gunmen to kill emerald magnate , his former boss, who was previously considered among his close associates, along with sixteen other individuals at a party in Molina's home. As a response, the police fired a burst of the helicopter-mounted machine gun at him, wounding him in one of his legs and making him fall. When the police arrived there, Gacha fled to Tolú by motorboat. He is often said to have been the first to establish cooperation strategies with drug trafficking cartels in Mexico.