Two Unlikely Drug Kingpins Conquer Miami in the New ‘Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami’ Trailer
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Netflix has released a new trailer for Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami, director Billy Corben's documentary series based on his acclaimed 2006 documentary Cocaine Cowboys.
While Cocaine Cowboys have taken a comprehensive look at the rise of the cocaine trafficking and drug wars in Miami during the 1970s and 1980s, The Kings of Miami focuses specifically on two men who allegedly were the main distributors for two of the largest Colombian cartels: Augusto " Willy "Falcon and Salvador" Sal "Magluta. Willy and Sal, known collectively as "Los Muchachos," reportedly oversaw a $ 2 billion operation in the 1980s that smuggled over 75 tons of cocaine into the United States.
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The new trailer for The Kings of Miami offers a glimpse into the couple's incredible rise, how they became local celebrities in Miami and even earned a few trophies on the powerboat racetrack. The clip also goes into the more nutritious elements of Sal and Willy's operation and the lengthy cat-and-mouse chase between the authorities and Los Muchachos.
Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami will be giving interviews with the people closest to Willy and Sal, their defense team, and federal agencies. The series premieres on August 4th.
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