Who was Pablo Escobar's real enemy?

Museum of drug lord Pablo Escobar in Medellín closed

The truth about Escobar's millions

Pablo Escobar and “Territorio de Paz”? How can a brutal drug dealer be associated with peace? Ex-CIA man Doug Laux has to discover that Escobar is paradoxically venerated like a saint in many places in Colombia.

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Can Doug Laux (center) salvage the lost treasures of the Medellín cartel?

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Doug Laux (left) also meets one of Escobar's former hit men, a so-called “Sicario”.

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Dark but cozy? No way: Doug Laux (third from left) in conversation with former hit man Popeye (fourth from left). Escobar's right hand man killed at least 250 people.

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Doug Laux (left) and Ben Smith set out to find Pablo Escobar's millions of drugs buried underground in barrels.

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Ben (left) and Doug (right) receive numerous tips on their search. Can you solve the mystery of Escobar's drug money?

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The truth about Escobar's millions

Pablo Escobar and “Territorio de Paz”? How can a brutal drug dealer be associated with peace? Ex-CIA man Doug Laux has to discover that Escobar is paradoxically venerated like a saint in many places in Colombia.

Image: Discovery Communications

Can Doug Laux (center) salvage the lost treasures of the Medellín cartel?

Image: Discovery Communications

Doug Laux (left) also meets one of Escobar's former hit men, a so-called “Sicario”.

Image: Discovery Communications

Dark but cozy? No way: Doug Laux (third from left) in conversation with former hit man Popeye (fourth from left). Escobar's right hand man killed at least 250 people.

Image: Discovery Communications

Doug Laux (left) and Ben Smith set out to find Pablo Escobar's millions of drugs buried underground in barrels.

Image: Discovery Communications

Ben (left) and Doug (right) receive numerous tips on their search. Can you solve the mystery of Escobar's drug money?

Image: Discovery Communications

Pablo Escobar once made billions in the drug business. His brother dedicated a museum in Medellín to the “Narco”, but because it opened without a permit, it is now closed again.

A museum for the infamous drug lord Pablo Escobar has been closed in the Colombian city of Medellín. The museum did not have a permit, said the authorities in the South American country. Andrés Tobón City Security and Coexistence Secretary said the museum was run by Roberto Escobar, the drug lord's brother.

As «Narcos» protagonist Escobar is part of the party - here are the greatest film bastards ever:

These are the greatest series villains of all time

She will be 86 years old on May 23rd - she played the role of her life in the "Denver Clan" in the 80s: Millions of viewers around the world loved it from the bottom of their hearts to see Joan Collins (r.) In her role as Alexis Colby to hate. She is not the only series star who has become a crowd favorite despite, or perhaps because of, the meanest nasty things. In the gallery you can see the 20 greatest beasts, villains and schemers of all time.

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20th place: Professor Moriarty from "Sherlock": What does a brilliant crime investigator like Sherlock Holmes need to really shine? Right, an opponent on an equal footing. Andrew Scott takes on the job in the award-winning BBC series “Sherlock”: He plays the criminal genius Professor Moriarty, who is ennobled as “Napoleon of Crime” in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's novel. A real super villain who has no scruples in the way.

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19th place: Pablo Escobar from “Narcos”: He was unscrupulous, brutal and filthy rich: Nobody volunteered with Pablo Escobar, the most powerful drug baron of the 80s. Unless you were convinced that you yourself had more hair on your chest than the man who commissioned murders as emotionlessly as he distributed bribes or ordered coffee. Wagner Moura embodied this notorious figure in contemporary history in the high-quality Netflix series "Narcos" for two seasons.

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18th place: Victoria Grayson from “Revenge”: The US series “Revenge”, the title suggests, tells a story of revenge. A young heroine returns home to the Hamptons to seek retribution on those responsible for her father's death. In her focus: the beautiful matriarch Victoria Grayson. Madeleine Stowe played the scheming, splendid and powerful woman in an award-winning way - that's why she was nominated for the Golden Globe in 2012.

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17th place: Tyrell Wellick from «Mr. Robot »: That the Amazon series« Mr. Robot »received such a positive response from a brilliant hacker in 2015, which was also due to him: the Swedish actor Martin Wallström plays the troubling malicious Tyrell Wellick, a great tech thinker who has decided to sell his soul to the devil . His world is that of unbridled consumption, corporations and capitalist promises of salvation. A dark nihilist who is reminiscent of the menacingly cold villains of the brands “American Psycho”, “Matrix” or the gray men from “Momo”.

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