Los narcoabogados

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A look to the world of the drug trafficker's lawyers, from Colombia to the United States. They are men and women that have pursuits and a family life, just like everybody else. Ricardo Ravelo, presents us a detailed portrait of those who defend the most well-known drug dealers of Colombia and Mexico who have faced trials in the United States.The facts here narrated are harsh and unpublished, but absolutely real, although they may seem to be the result of the most audacious imagination. No one will be surprised to...
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Overview

A look to the world of the drug trafficker's lawyers, from Colombia to the United States. They are men and women that have pursuits and a family life, just like everybody else. Ricardo Ravelo, presents us a detailed portrait of those who defend the most well-known drug dealers of Colombia and Mexico who have faced trials in the United States.The facts here narrated are harsh and unpublished, but absolutely real, although they may seem to be the result of the most audacious imagination. No one will be surprised to see the name of Colombian lawyer Gustavo Salazar, advocate of Pablo Escobar; of Raquel Villanueva, litigant of Juan García Ábrego's group, or of Diego Fernández de Ceballos, whose legal firm assisted presumed partners of the Juárez's cartel. Ravelo interviews several of them, which makes this a kind of memoirs book. An unpublished work on the topic of the drug traffic.Una mirada al mundo de los narcoabogados, de Colombia a Estados Unidos. Los abogados son hombres y mujeres que, como cualquier persona, tiene ilusiones y una vida familiar. Metas personales, sentimientos y miedos. Ricardo Ravelo nos presenta un detallado retrato de quienes defienden a los narcotraficantes más celebres de Colombia y México, que han enfrentados juicios en Estados Unidos. Los hechos aquí narrados son crudos e inéditos, pero absolutamente reales, aunque parezcamos producto de la más audaz imaginación. A nadie le sorprenderá que aparezca los nombres del abogado colombiano Gustavo Salazar, defensor de Pablo Escobar; de Raquel Villanueva, Litigante del grupo de Juan García Ábrego, o de Diego Fernández de Ceballos, cuyo despacho jurídico atendió a presuntos socios del cartel de Juárez. Ravelo entrevista a varios de ellos, lo que hace del suyo un libro memorioso. Un libro inédito en el tema del narcotráfico.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789685964791
  • Publisher: Random House Mondadori
  • Publication date: 12/12/2006
  • Language: Spanish
  • Edition description: Spanish-language Edition
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 803,441
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

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