The other night I was sitting around channel-surfing, determined to find something fun to watch.
That’s how I stumbled onto Narcos.
As you may know, Narcos is a Netflix series that highlights notorious Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
He reportedly made $30 billion by trafficking cocaine to the U.S.
In the process of amassing that fortune, he turned his country into a war zone.
In fact, his crews killed so many rival drug gang members, cops, politicians, judges and innocent bystanders, Colombia became known as the murder capital of the world.
Those murders dropped off dramatically after Escobar was killed in a 1993 police shootout.
But the flood of Colombian cocaine into the U.S. continues to this day.
Rival drug cartels have seen to that.
You don’t hear much about cocaine from Colombia anymore.