This is Fabio Ochoa. The Patriarch of the Ochoa family of the Medellin Cartel. In Cocaine Cowboys Jon Roberts describes Ochoa as the "real king of cocaine... who controlled Escobar". The Ochoa family are credited with creating a "Lloyd's of London" for the Columbian cocaine trade. They were a highly respected family of ranchers with enormous influence in the city of Medellin.

This is Fabio Ochoa. The Patriarch of the Ochoa family of the Medellin Cartel. In Cocaine Cowboys Jon Roberts describes Ochoa as the "real king of cocaine... who controlled Escobar". The Ochoa family are credited with creating a "Lloyd's of London" for the Columbian cocaine trade. They were a highly respected family of ranchers with enormous influence in the city of Medellin.

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'Cocaine Cowboy' Widow -- I Want Half for Husband's Coke Stories

'Cocaine Cowboy' Widow -- I Want Half for Husband's Coke Stories

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Mickey Munday (former pilot) from Cocaine Cowboys  *I see him every time I go to Billy's Pub Too

Mickey Munday (former pilot) from Cocaine Cowboys *I see him every time I go to Billy's Pub Too

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Cocaine Cowboys

Cocaine Cowboys

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Jon Roberts; From Mafia Soldier to Cocaine Cowboy

Jon Roberts; From Mafia Soldier to Cocaine Cowboy

The film explores the rise of cocaine and resulting crime epidemic that swept the American city of Miami, Florida, in the 1970s and 1980s. The producers of Cocaine Cowboys use interviews with law enforcement, journalists, lawyers, former drug smugglers and gang members to provide a first-hand perspective of the Miami drug war.

The film explores the rise of cocaine and resulting crime epidemic that swept the American city of Miami, Florida, in the 1970s and 1980s. The producers of Cocaine Cowboys use interviews with law enforcement, journalists, lawyers, former drug smugglers and gang members to provide a first-hand perspective of the Miami drug war.

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