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Introduction aPablo Escobar will always be remembered in the history of his country bThe United States was the main market for Pablo and his group and in his life he smuggled 66 tons of cocaine 10 tons by airplane cPablo used to deal with the governments of Peru and Panama He had a deal with Fujimori that allowed him to use Peruvian cocaine plants and to help and protect his operations he had corrupted relations with president Noriega dHe killed a lot of innocent people whom worked withfor the government and so some deemed him to be a brute His Good Side aA vast majority of the population thought that Pablo was a saint despite the fact that he was a known drug lord From his transactions he made a lot of money which he gave to the poorest people of Colombia In 1986 he even tried to enter politics offering to help wipe out the national debt of 10 billion dollars bIn 1986 Forbes listed his as the seventh richest man in the world Through his money he constructed many buildings - which would help the poor people - like hospitals and shelters and a church something his mother always wanted to build His Monstrous Side aPablo Escobar was an incredibly brutal person and due to his quest for power in the Columbian government he had to leave his faction and forget about the government bHe killed many political rivals judges of the Supreme Court and famous Columbian journalists In 1989 he plotted the murder of one of the more popular presidential candidates Luis Gal He also killed members of the congress heads of police and some children He even bombed a commercial airplane killing the children of a political rival Conclusion I feel that Pablo Escobar was more or less a saint because he helped a lot of people whom needed
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