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Rempel, William C
At the devil's table : the untold story of the insider who brought down the Cali Cartel / William C. Rempel
1st ed
New York : Random House, c2011
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 3rd Floor  HV5840.C7 R45 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject Cali Cartel
Subject(s) Drug traffic -- Investigation -- Colombia -- Cali
Cocaine industry -- Colombia -- Cali
Organized crime -- Colombia -- Cali
Physical Description xv, 346 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [329]-331) and index
Contents The Cartel war years, 1989-1993 -- Six and a half years earlier -- A terrible noise -- El Doctor and the gentlemen -- Welcome to the Cartel -- Target : Pablo -- Prisoner of the clouds -- Maternity and martial law -- The witch knows best -- How many did you kill? -- In the Cartel's secret service -- Meet the rival -- Sting of the dragonfly -- Get me a fork -- Into the black market -- The dark side -- The hauntings -- A shot at the FBI -- In too deep -- The Cartel's man, 1993-1995 -- A life sentence -- The new deals -- Far from heroic -- One honest man -- Sex, spies, and videotape -- The vulture account -- Her name was Emilia -- New kids in town -- The limit -- The last days, summer 1995 -- More wrong number -- A killer's busy day -- El Dorado in a desk -- Love in the time of crisis -- Who is Pallomari? -- They're coming -- Please don't leave -- I'm dead -- Very strange -- The gay caballeros -- Go for it -- The rising son -- Race the assassin -- A weekend funeral -- We know what you're doing -- The man who used to be -- Epilogue: wrapping up -- Appendix: Jorge and me
Summary Traces the collaborative effort between two U.S. agents and a security chief for a notorious Colombian drug cartel to dismantle the organization and bring its leaders to justice, a life-risking venture marked by a race to protect the life of a key witness

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