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Sunday, January 10, 2016


  • He was the front man for an international drug cartel that was based in Miami
  • He sold more than 75 million dollars worth of cocaine and was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
  • He was arrested in 1987 but was released four days after Marco Rubio was re-elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2000.
  • He spent 12 years in prison which was far less then his original sentence.
  • He is married to the sister of Marco Rubio.
Have you noticed how this has not come up in the Republican presidential debates? Rubio favors blanket Amnesty for all illegals. Ask yourself if that will that hinder or advance the power in drug cartels in the United States with Mexican connections? Do we even need to ask?


  1. This the first I've heard of this. I'm surprised the left-wing media hasn't pounced on him for this; albeit, he is more or less a non-contender for the primary. Still you should cite your sources.

  2. The Week Magazine December 25, 2015 issue, page 7