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Notorious Drug Smugglers

written by: Sia
Some of the richest people in history have been drug smugglers. Here are the most notorious and violent drug smugglers in the world.

Question 1:

Prince Edward Island was the first Canadian province to prohibit alcohol in 1901. However, these two brothers were famous for smuggling alcohol on their rum running schooner.
The Dicks brothers
The Biro brothers
The Howard brothers
The Hues brothers

Question 2:

This smuggler moved to Jamaica after serving a 10-year jail sentence in Canada for importing 75 tons of marijuana into the United States.
William Jardine
Brian O'Dea
Medellín Cartel
George Jung

Question 3:

This Colombian drug lord was arguably the richest and most violent criminal in history. Forbes Magazine in 1989 listed him as the seventh-richest man in the world.
Ochoa brothers
Pablo Escobar
George Jung

Question 4:

This man was an international marijuana smuggler who refused to work with hard drugs. He spent 7 years at the Terre Haute penitentiary in America.
Manuel Noriega
Antônio Mota Graça
Pablo Escobar
Howard Marks

Question 5:

These three brothers were members of the Medellín Cartel. They were influential cocaine kingpins until they surrendered in 1990.
The Dicks brothers
The Biro brothers
The Ochoa brothers
The Howard brothers

Question 6:

He was the de facto military leader of Panama from 1983 to 1989. However, in 1992 he was convicted on eight counts of drug trafficking, money laundering and racketeering -- and sentenced to 40 years in federal prison.
Brian O'Dea
Manuel Antonio Noriega Moreno
William Jardine
George Jung

Question 7:

This man led the Cali Cartel and was a rival of Pablo Escobar. At its height, the cartel controlled over 80% of the cocaine exports from Colombia to the USA.
Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela
Manuel Noriega
Antônio Mota Graça
Juan Carlos

Question 8:

This American started out as a marijuana smuggler in the 60s making $100,000 per month and eventually became involved in cocaine smuggling on a massive scale. He is portrayed by Johnny Depp in the movie "Blow" (2001).
Carlos Lehder
James Matheson
George Jung
Ontario Purdy


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