Amado Carrillo Fuentes | $ 25 Billion
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Amado Carrillo Fuentes Net Worth

Net Worth $ 25 Billion
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Born on: 17th Dec 56 Born in: Mexico Marital status: Married Occupation: Drug Trafficking
Amado Carrillo Fuentes net worth is estimated at $25 billion. Fuentes, known as Lord of the Skies was a Mexican drug lord who seized control of the Juárez Cartel after assassinating his boss Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. Fuentes was part of the Guadalajara Cartel who was tasked to oversee the cocaine shipments of his uncle.He was also responsible for the border operations from Pablo Acosta Villarreal "El Zorro de Ojinaga" Amado Carrillo Fuentes net worth came from  transporting multi-ton cocaine from Mexico direct to Manhattan during his life time. Fuentes used over 27 private Boeing 727 jet airliners to transport Colombian cocaine to municipal airports and airstrips around Mexico which contributed too much to Amado Carrillo Fuentes net worth. Before his death, Fuentes’ cartel was shipping multi-ton shipments directly into Manhattan, and million dollar payments to Carrillo were seized at the El Paso-Ciudad Juárez border. Fuentes had been hunted by law enforcement since he took over the cartel in April 1993 after the death of Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. Amado Carrillo Fuentes net worth was hit hard when on July 3, 1997 Fuentes underwent facial plastic surgery and liposuction of his abdomen at Santa Mónica Hospital in Mexico City which led to his death. On November 7, 1997, the bodies of the two physicians who performed the surgery on Fuentes were found dead, encased in concrete inside steel drums, with their bodies showing signs of torture. In 2006, the mansion of Fuentes, dubbed "The Palace of a Thousand and One Nights" was ordered to tear down by Governor Eduardo Bours. Latin-American channel Telemundo is airing the series El Señor de lo s Cielos (The Lord of the Skies) with Mexican actor Rafael Amaya playing the starring role of Aurelio Casillas (Amado Carrillo Fuentes) as part of their 2013 nighttime programming.
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The Palace of the 1001 Nights

In 2006 Governor Eduardo Bours asked the federal government to tear down Carrillo's mansion in Hermosillo, Sonora.The mansion, dubbed "The Palace of a Thousand and One Nights" still sits unoccupied. During a 2007 raid, the authorities found more than $200 million in cash hidden in walls, closets and suitcases in the house.
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