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This page needs fixing pretty badly, but there are too many things wrong to use all of their templates. It needs wikifying, it needs sources, and it needs to be edited for proper tone. It looks to me like original research, but this isn't my field of expertise. 220.127.116.11 05:30, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
The phrase "ethnic gangs" offends me, and I'm not even a beaner TobyCallahan 3:54, 24 July 2006
Tobacco, Alcohol, and Valium are NOT narcotics... Tobacco is a stimulant (nicotine), alcohol is a depressant, and Valium is a depressant/benzodiazepine... I would say even that cocaine is not a narcotic but rather a stimulant (although it was classified as a narcotic over 90 years ago, so that's what it is considered)...
3:52 pm, August 8th, 2006.
From AP, September 26, 2006:
"MIAMI - Two Colombian brothers pleaded guilty Tuesday to U.S. drug trafficking and money laundering charges stemming from their roles as founders of the Cali cocaine cartel and agreed to forfeit billions of dollars and assets linked to their drug trade.
Gilberto, 67, and Miguel Rodriguez Orejuela, 63, made their pleas in an agreement reached after months of negotiations with several U.S. agencies. A separate deal described in court will protect six of the brothers' relatives in Colombia from prosecution on obstruction of justice and money laundering charges."