Nicholas Griffin’s ‘The Year Of Dangerous Days’ | Morning Joe | MSNBC
I lived in Miami for years – though not the 1980’s – and they are still TO THIS DAY cutting off locks of giant storage units in the Port that measure 40′ x 40′ x 60′ feet because the 50/yr paid in advance Lease ran out that are FULL TO THE ROOF OF US CASH because it was left behind as garbage that could not be shipped to Columbia.. IT BECAME EXCESS!!!!!!!!! YA GOT IT.. EXCESS too bulky to ship!! 100s of Millions of $$ Cocaine Cowboy money, CARTEL Money.. ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.. WTF??
That is how Escobar was able to BUY and CUSTOM BUILD his own Prison in the Country of Columbia – and RUN the country from there.. ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha, ha.. at one point in 1980 he was making ing $420 Million a week – IN CASH DELIVERED TO HIS COMPOUND THEN DISTRIBUTED TO THOSE BEING BRIBED AND BANKS TO SUPPORT THE ENTIRE COUNTRY OF COLUMBIA.. !!!!! HE BOUGHT A LEARJET JUST TO MAKE WEEKLY FLIGHTS FROM THE US WITH HIS CASH; SPENT $290 THOUSAND A MONTH JUST FOR RUBBER BANDS TO TIE HIS CASH TOGETHER.. lolrotf.
Nicholas Griffin joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book on Miami’s turbulent year in 1980, including the death of black insurance agent Arthur McDuffie, who was beaten into a coma by several white police officers. Aired on 07/21/2020.