This is one question that has been on my mind for quite a while now. The Bible makes mention of women to be treated as the weaker vessels, but are they the weaker vessels or are the men weaker? A sect say, ‘what a man can do, a woman can do better’. I’m really beginning to reconsider it, you know.
Known as The Cocaine Godmother, Griselda Blanco was one of the most brutal and notorious drug lords in the history of the cocaine trade.
After a violent upbringing that was strung together by a series of criminal acts, Griselda eventually found her way into the cocaine business where she played a key role in what would become known as the Cocaine Cowboy Wars of the 1970s and 1980s in Miami.
Blanco was well known for ordering brutal assassinations when warring with other drug lords and for running her business even while serving prison terms throughout her life.
After being deported to Colombia, she spent the remainder of her days plying her trade until she was shot twice in the head by a gunman riding a motorcycle on September 3, 2012.
This is just one example out of the whole lots, and sure the men need no introduction.
So … what’s your take?