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Alleged drug lord Cesar the Abuser dead of coronavirus

Cesar Emilio Peralta, also known as “Cesar el Abusador” or “Cesar the Abuser,” had a $100,000 bounty put on his head by the FBI before his recent capture. The alleged cartel ring leader from the Dominican Republic has drawn notoriety comparable to Colombia’s Pablo Escobar and Mexico’s Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. There are rumors that he died last night of Coronavirus in Colombia jail.

According to the FBI and U.S. Treasury officials, Peralta was more than just a nightclub owner who reveled in a flashy lifestyle: They say he’s an international drug kingpin with a history of evading capture by authorities. They charge that Peralta, 45, ran the Dominican Republic’s most extensive drug trafficking operation, moving heroin and cocaine from South America across the Caribbean and into the United States and Europe through clandestine air and maritime routes.
Peralta’s name has also been brought up by both local and international media in connection with the June 2019 hit on baseball legend David Ortiz. That assault nearly cost the Red Sox designated hitter his life.

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