Vargas

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Leonidas Vargas - Death
... In January 2009, Vargas was checked into the Doce de Octubre Hospital in Madrid due to heart and lung problems ... On January 8, two men came into his room while Vargas slept ... man, wearing an overcoat and scarf, asked the other patient if he was Vargas ...
Leonidas Vargas - Biography
... In his early life, Leonidas Vargas was a poor and little-educated meat vendor in the rural region of Caqueta, a southern region of Colombia ... Throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Vargas ran a multi-million dollar cocaine empire that included a network of large cocaine-processing laboratories deep in the jungles of Caqueta ... Vargas eventually becoming one of Colombia's richest drug lords ...
List Of Ecuadorian Musicians - S
... Duran Larry Salgado de Descalzi Olga Salgado Vargas Anibal Salgado Vargas Homero Salgado vargas Jorge Salgado Vargas Jose Salgado Torres Luis Humberto - composer Salgado Torres Gustavo Salgado Tamayo ...
Leonidas Vargas
... Leonidas Vargas (c ... Vargas became one of the richest drug lords in Colombia, as well as one of the most wanted by police ... In 1995 Vargas began serving a six-year prison term, during which he survived an assassination attack when his rivals set off a bomb at his jail ...
Vargas - In Fiction
... Vargas (James Bond), a SPECTRE assassin in the novel Thunderball Vargas (comics), the Marvel comics character Edgar Vargas, a character in Johnny the ... Lovino Vargas, the human name for the character in the Japanese webcomic Hetalia Axis Powers, the human personification for Southern Italy ... Elder brother of Feliciano Vargas ...

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