Confessions of A Cartel Hit Man

Confessions of A Cartel Hit Man

Book - 2017
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The memoirs of a drug cartel assassin recount how and why he fell into the outlaw life at an early age, performing murders for the founders of an operation that dominated the southern California drug trade for decades before he assisted a large-scale DEA operation to apprehend his bosses.
Publisher: New York, New York :, Dutton,, [2017]
ISBN: 9781101984628
Additional Contributors: Rafael, Tony - Author
Summary: The memoirs of a drug cartel assassin recount how and why he fell into the outlaw life at an early age, performing murders for the founders of an operation that dominated the southern California drug trade for decades before he assisted a large-scale DEA operation to apprehend his bosses.

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Jan 06, 2018

"The real prison I inhabited ... was the guilt. Although I'm now technically free, I still carry my prison with me."
The author of this memoir forthrightly speaks of his career from a small-time gang member to his "high school" and "university" in the prison system, and his relentless rise to a position of trust as a violent enforcer for one of the Mexican drug cartels, able to cross our permeable Southern border with impunity and deliver drugs and murder on either side.
Now Corona has done his time, testified against former gangster colleagues, and is trying to make "atonement" and peace speaking to at-risk youth ... and writing this book as well.

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