Hugo Martínez

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Hugo Martínez is a retired Colombian police general. He was assigned the new commander of the Search Bloc, a unit of the National Police of Colombia assembled by President César Gaviria in 1992; and tasked with the sole objective of the apprehension of drug lord Pablo Escobar and his associates.
Hugo Martínez
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Hugo Martínez is a retired Colombian police general. He was assigned the new commander of the Search Bloc, a unit of the National Police of Colombia assembled by President César Gaviria in 1992; and tasked with the sole objective of the apprehension of drug lord Pablo Escobar and his associates.
Hugo Martínez
Hugo Martínez
Hugo Martínez is a retired Colombian police general. He was assigned the new commander of the Search Bloc, a unit of the National Police of Colombia assembled by President César Gaviria in 1992; and tasked with the sole objective of the apprehension of drug lord Pablo Escobar and his associates.

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