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(Miami Herald)   Miami's Cocaine Queen gunned down in Medellin butcher shop   (miamiherald.com) divider line 179
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2012-09-04 01:42:15 AM
Rot in hell you viscious bi*ch. You were not only responsible for the death of an innocent 2-year old boy, but were pleased that he was murdered.
 
2012-09-04 01:43:20 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Rot in hell you viscious bi*ch. You were not only responsible for the death of an innocent 2-year old boy, but were pleased that he was murdered.


Misspelled "vicious".
 
2012-09-04 01:47:14 AM
And nothing of value was lost.
 
2012-09-04 01:49:26 AM

ecmoRandomNumbers: And nothing of value was lost.


Nope. Good riddance to bad rubbish.
 
2012-09-04 01:54:27 AM
She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.
 
2012-09-04 01:57:39 AM
I'm frankly surprised it took this long to kill that worthless piece of trash. I would have thought the Medellin cartel would have gotten her straight off the plane, before her feet even touched Colombian soil.
 
2012-09-04 02:00:33 AM
media.miamiherald.com

That's not your queen, that's a MAN BABY!
 
2012-09-04 02:15:16 AM
I've never heard of this person before, but after reading TFA, all I can say is well, bye.
 
2012-09-04 02:27:46 AM
She was also convicted of ordering a shooting that resulted in the death of 2-year-old Johnny Castro, shot twice in the head as he drove in a car with his father, Jesus "Chucho" Castro.

What kind of sick fark lets a 2 year-old drive?
 
2012-09-04 02:42:29 AM
I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.
 
2012-09-04 02:57:47 AM
Thank you drug war for creating the opportunities for this nasty biatch to kill so many people. But you won out in the end right, drug war? Oh, no you didn't. She was killed on the streets. Well, you keep after it, what's another country driven into the ground as a failed state? WHO'S NEXT?
 
2012-09-04 03:40:28 AM
no humans involved
 
2012-09-04 04:56:24 AM

namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.


Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.
 
2012-09-04 05:02:18 AM
Ditto what Bathia_Mapes said about this piece of work.

And by the way, biatch, when I was checking my email a minute ago, I saw your pic in passing. I thought you were a guy.
 
2012-09-04 05:06:09 AM

Coelacanth: Ditto what Bathia_Mapes said about this piece of work.

And by the way, biatch, when I was checking my email a minute ago, I saw your pic in passing. I thought you were a guy.


I stared at that picture for a while, and I still think it's a guy. Wtf.
 
2012-09-04 05:07:29 AM

loveblondieo: She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.


Discovery ID is one of the best and most under-rated channels, it's all I watch. Saw that episode though and truly an evil biatch.
 
2012-09-04 05:09:25 AM

namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.


Wow. All drugs, you say? Including meth and crack cocaine? Hey, I know that it's one's own responsibility as to what they put into their own body. But there are some drugs out there that have a tendency to go beyond personal use and permeate through entire communities, causing serious harm to others, and thus ought to be outlawed.

/Be careful what you wish for.
 
2012-09-04 05:10:12 AM

namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!


Do you know how I know you didn't do any research?
 
2012-09-04 05:12:16 AM

loveblondieo: She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.


she was featured on another reality based Crime Genre TV show also. i kind of felt bad for her; she was raised by a batshiat insane dirt poor mother who beat her and whored her out for money when she was still a little girl. file her under 'never stood a chance'. i doubt that woman ever knew love or warmth in her life.
 
2012-09-04 05:12:55 AM
t.fireden.net

/Oblig
 
2012-09-04 05:14:39 AM

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


What an odd argument. Book does look interesting though.
 
2012-09-04 05:16:39 AM

theBigBigEye: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Wow. All drugs, you say? Including meth and crack cocaine? Hey, I know that it's one's own responsibility as to what they put into their own body. But there are some drugs out there that have a tendency to go beyond personal use and permeate through entire communities, causing serious harm to others, and thus ought to be outlawed.

/Be careful what you wish for.


You're confusing morality with legality. I doubt those that those who already do hard drugs were/are concerned about the law, and I doubt that the people that don't do them are suddenly going to flock to buy them because they are legal.

Doing drugs is the dumbest thing you can possibly do, you shouldn't even be a regular drinker, much less a crack head.
 
2012-09-04 05:17:14 AM
FTFA: She was also convicted of ordering a shooting that resulted in the death of 2-year-old Johnny Castro, shot twice in the head as he drove in a car with his father, Jesus "Chucho" Castro.


Dayum, they start driving pretty young in Florida. Maybe this kid was such a badass he had it coming.

/aisle seat, smoking
 
2012-09-04 05:17:39 AM
Its about time.
 
2012-09-04 05:18:22 AM

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


The problem with this approach is that, as you've already helpfully pointed out, people have no self control. If they can't indulge their vices legally, they'll simply indulge them illegally. As long as people are willing to indulge their vices illegally, other people will happily profit from it. As long as people are profiting from something illegal, other people will happily kill them to take over. Outright banning of the stupid shiat people do to amuse themselves only drives it underground, making the whole thing that much more dangerous. I don't know what the perfect solution is, or even if it exists, but yours has been tried, and proven to fail.

/I don't drink, smoke, or use non-prescribed drugs.
//Hell, I even avoid caffeine
///Still understand you can't save people from themselves.
////Extra slashies for everyone!
 
2012-09-04 05:20:29 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Bathia_Mapes: Rot in hell you viscious bi*ch. You were not only responsible for the death of an innocent 2-year old boy, but were pleased that he was murdered.

Misspelled "vicious".


Her brains are viscous now, if it's any consolation.

He told police that Blanco wanted Castro killed because he kicked her son in the buttocks.

Really? THAT'S your reason? THAT'S why a little boy was killed? Rot in hell biatch...

loveblondieo: She was once featured on Deadly Women for those of us interested in crime shows.


I remember the episode; the woman who played her did a good job at sending a shiver down my spine. Investigation Discovery is a great channel.
 
2012-09-04 05:20:51 AM

styckx: Discovery ID is one of the best and most under-rated channels, it's all I watch. Saw that episode though and truly an evil biatch.


Oh God, I agree. Love that channel. (Would be about perfect if they would air the old Unsolved Mysteries. )

KrispyKritter: . i kind of felt bad for her; she was raised by a batshiat insane dirt poor mother who beat her and whored her out for money when she was still a little girl. file her under 'never stood a chance'. i doubt that woman ever knew love or warmth in her life.


I concur that she had a rough childhood, but that does not excuse all that she did.
 
2012-09-04 05:21:52 AM
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2012-09-04 05:26:48 AM
She frowns on your shenanigans.

simplyfrances61.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-09-04 05:28:22 AM

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


Because that worked so well last time, and didn't increase the activities of organised crime even slightly. Oh, wait...

And to follow it up, let's ban toads, oregano, banana skins, green gunpowder tea and anything and everything else that could potentially be used in the pursuit of chemically aided, brief escape from thie reality of this shiatty world.

/ cold, dead hands!
 
2012-09-04 05:29:42 AM
At least the hitman didn't kill any bystanders.
 
2012-09-04 05:31:28 AM

pippi longstocking: I doubt that the people that don't do them are suddenly going to flock to buy them because they are legal.


I'm not so sure about that, frankly.
I'd bet that if it were possible to nab them off a store shelf or ask for them at the counter, a great many more people might decide to "try it out". People implicitly trust a product sold in a store in neat-looking little packages more than one that came in a plastic bag from a shady dealer. People who might otherwise completely avoid the seedy underworld of illicit drugs might be persuaded to give it a whirl if it were in easy reach, and then we're just legally sanctioning the ruination of lives and the creation of addicts. Yeah I agree, the black market itself causes harm, and sure there is economic benefit in taxing it or whatever, but I don't think it is ethical or particularly helpful to allow drugs to be sold over the counter that are THAT horrendously harmful.

I'm all for pot legalization (although I don't smoke myself) because it just isn't that harmful to responsible adults, and the cost of making it illegal FAR outweighs whatever harm comes from widespread legal use. I just don't particularly believe that little formula comes out in favor of the legalization of the hardcore drugs like meth and crack.
 
2012-09-04 05:34:07 AM

ecmoRandomNumbers: And nothing of value was lost.


Bathia_Mapes: ecmoRandomNumbers: And nothing of value was lost.

Nope. Good riddance to bad rubbish.


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Some human lives have no more value than to serve as target practice.
 
2012-09-04 05:34:20 AM
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Probably jawed off to the wrong drug dealer.
 
2012-09-04 05:36:41 AM
"Or in this case, live-by-the-motorcycle-assassin, die-by-the-motorcycle assassin."

i.a.cnn.net 

/hot just like junior
 
2012-09-04 05:39:05 AM

Gawdzila: pippi longstocking: I doubt that the people that don't do them are suddenly going to flock to buy them because they are legal.

I'm not so sure about that, frankly.
I'd bet that if it were possible to nab them off a store shelf or ask for them at the counter, a great many more people might decide to "try it out". People implicitly trust a product sold in a store in neat-looking little packages more than one that came in a plastic bag from a shady dealer. People who might otherwise completely avoid the seedy underworld of illicit drugs might be persuaded to give it a whirl if it were in easy reach, and then we're just legally sanctioning the ruination of lives and the creation of addicts. Yeah I agree, the black market itself causes harm, and sure there is economic benefit in taxing it or whatever, but I don't think it is ethical or particularly helpful to allow drugs to be sold over the counter that are THAT horrendously harmful.

I'm all for pot legalization (although I don't smoke myself) because it just isn't that harmful to responsible adults, and the cost of making it illegal FAR outweighs whatever harm comes from widespread legal use. I just don't particularly believe that little formula comes out in favor of the legalization of the hardcore drugs like meth and crack.


It's a difficult situation, at the very least they should be decriminalized. Legalization entails that manufacturers are liable for ill effects, and hard drugs only have ill effects, so nobody would dare produce them in a legal environment unless they were immune from suit.
 
2012-09-04 05:40:52 AM

pippi longstocking: It's a difficult situation, at the very least they should be decriminalized. Legalization entails that manufacturers are liable for ill effects, and hard drugs only have ill effects, so nobody would dare produce them in a legal environment unless they were immune from suit.


Except that cocaine IS decriminalized to an extent - it's a legal, albit controlled, pharmaceutical with legitimate medical uses. It would still never garnish FDA approval for a recreational or over the counter substance, and would still be considered illegal for general possession and use. The same with Methamphetamines.
 
2012-09-04 05:41:14 AM
media.miamiherald.com

"Sex sells, but who's buying?"

i.usatoday.net

"GET THE BUTTER!" 
 
2012-09-04 05:43:51 AM

hbk72777: namatad: I did some research. Over the last 70 years, zero people where murdered in the legal alcohol and tobacco drug wars. ZERO!!

If only there were some way to "legalize" all drugs.
I wonder, what is the gross yearly tax revenue on alcohol and tobacco?

/yes, while were are at it, legalize prostitution already.

Jesus farking Christ

Read this book, then get back to me. Tell me that drugs, even marijuana, have never hurt anyone.

Link

/Alcohol and tobacco should be outlawed too. Most people have no self control.


Are you seriously going to try and claim that the drug prohibition hurts and kills fewer people than the drugs themselves? Because I can show you whole neighborhoods and entire countries that have been reduced to warzones, tens of millions of people whose livelyhoods have been destroyed, thanks to America's drug prohibition. Welcome to reality: people want drugs that make them feel better. And by making them illegal, you've at once removed all regulatory quality control oversight, removed access to the legal system to resolve disputes, and removed the state from any tax revenue on sales.

There's a reason that we consider Prohibition to have been a failure. Please learn from history: the war on drugs is as stupid as the alcohol prohibition and has been exactly as effective.
 
2012-09-04 05:44:48 AM

loveblondieo: She frowns on your shenanigans.

[simplyfrances61.files.wordpress.com image 500x375]


^ This biatch is amazing.. She is such a farking coonty biatch when interviewing criminals and I love it. She has the most perfect "You have got to be farking kidding me faces" I've ever seen.
 
2012-09-04 05:48:22 AM
Humph. Drug kingpin convicted of multiple murders serves less than 20 years and gets a plane ride back home where one would expect significant profit has been stashed away. War on Drugs, indeed.
 
2012-09-04 05:52:11 AM
I think I'd rather spend time with the Acid Queen
 
2012-09-04 05:52:41 AM

hestheone: Humph. Drug kingpin convicted of multiple murders serves less than 20 years and gets a plane ride back home where one would expect significant profit has been stashed away. War on Drugs, indeed.


It helped that she was basically a ruthless billionaire. The cocaine cowboy series of documentaries focus on her a lot. There wasnt anyone she couldnt bribe or scare into doing what she wanted.
 
2012-09-04 05:52:50 AM

BronyMedic: pippi longstocking: It's a difficult situation, at the very least they should be decriminalized. Legalization entails that manufacturers are liable for ill effects, and hard drugs only have ill effects, so nobody would dare produce them in a legal environment unless they were immune from suit.

Except that cocaine IS decriminalized to an extent - it's a legal, albit controlled, pharmaceutical with legitimate medical uses. It would still never garnish FDA approval for a recreational or over the counter substance, and would still be considered illegal for general possession and use. The same with Methamphetamines.


Well, the same with opiates, but there is a clear distinction with purity, manner, and format. But by decriminalization we usually mean that you wouldn't automatically get thrown in jail by using/carrying them, legalization is full blown support by the trade/legal system for an item.

Like what Portugal did.
Link

I'm not in favor of drugs, but I'm certainly not in favor of black markets. It's amazing that most people are so scared of changing a system that is obviously broken and favors those that do pure evil in the world. It's surprising how stupid the masses are, and how corrupt and wicked those in power are.
 
2012-09-04 05:53:58 AM

Alonjar: hestheone: Humph. Drug kingpin convicted of multiple murders serves less than 20 years and gets a plane ride back home where one would expect significant profit has been stashed away. War on Drugs, indeed.

It helped that she was basically a ruthless billionaire. The cocaine cowboy series of documentaries focus on her a lot. There wasnt anyone she couldnt bribe or scare into doing what she wanted.


Oh, and she certainly wasnt deported back to colombia... she fled, and had been in hiding. I dont know where the article got that crap from.
 
2012-09-04 06:11:00 AM
First thing that came to mind when I saw her:

www.mariowiki.com
 
2012-09-04 06:29:30 AM
www.nationofblue.com
 
mjg
2012-09-04 06:32:31 AM
This should be in the Business section of Fark, imo.
 
2012-09-04 06:33:40 AM
cocaine cowboys: k3wl

cocaine cowboys 2: sux

/netflix
 
2012-09-04 06:34:23 AM
What about the Acid Queen?

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