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The Ojinaga Fox Pt. 3: Pablo Acosta Villarreal
This vicious leader had very little regard for human life as if it stood in the way of his business. Pablo Acosta Villarreal commanded a 500 person operation on both sides of the border before his downfall and death in 1987. Sponsors!Parcast - Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to our new podcast Hostage!
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The Ojinaga Fox Pt. 2: Pablo Acosta Villarreal
He repaired schools, paid medical bills for the poor and elderly, in exchange for one thing: control. The whole town protected him. But who was the man that brought him down?Sponsors!Parcast - Be sure to rate, review, and subscribe to our new podcast Hostage!
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The Ojinaga Fox Pt. 1: Pablo Acosta Villarreal
In the early years of the Mexican drug world, there were no cartels - there were only kingpins. The border region was a lawless desert governed by bloody shootouts, crooked cops, and folk-hero bandits. And to rule an old-fashioned frontier, it takes an old-fashioned outlaw. Parcast - Subscribe to our new show Hostage! Head to Parcast.com/Hostage now so you donâ€™t miss an episode!