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Killing Pablo: The Hunt for the World's Greatest Outlaw Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 4-6 Summary

Mark Bowden
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Chapters 4-6 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 4: Los Pepes - October 1992 - October 1993

Bogot√° had seen more than its share of death and violence. Even the residents of the city became shocked when a bomb exploded on the street, killing a large group of children and other residents. The bomb contained 220 pounds of dynamite and was one of the worst explosions the city and the PNC had seen to date.

Escobar's people continued to die and the kingpin seemed to be keeping score. Bombs continued to explode and people—police and civilians alike—continued to die. Escobar even offered a $2,000 bounty for the life of each police officer in Medellin.

Martinez continued to be frustrated and disheartened. So far, hundreds of lives had been lost and hundreds of millions had been spent. Although the noose was becoming tighter, Escobar was no closer to being captured.

The day...

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