by Mark Bowden
Editor: ATLANTIC BOOKS
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A tour de force of investigative journalism, Killing Pablo tells the story of the violent rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, the leader of the Colombian Medellin cocaine cartelEscobar organized criminal empire a nation of thirty million hostages in a reign of terror that would only end with his deathIn an intense, close the account, award-winning journalist Mark Bowden exposes the details never revealed about the secret sixteen months of manhunt that was conducted by U.S. Special Forces and intelligence servicesWith unprecedented access to important actors – including Colombian President Cisar Gaviria and the incorruptible head of the special police unit who attempted to Escobar, Colonel Hugo Martinez – as well as Escobar’s top secret documents and transcripts is intercepted from telephone conversations, Bowden has produced a compelling story that is radically approximating the representation of justice in the real world
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