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  • Ramon's trucking company, Santa Cruz Transport, and its drivers are attacked whilst carrying Duque Run and three are murdered. Pancho is furious and orders Alex back to Duque Rum but he tells him that he is meeting with Senator Finch with regard to Ethanol production. But when he gets to see Senator Finch she tells him she is not interested in Ethanol but wants him to help her with her Senate mandate and get the Cuban vote. She asks him to accompany her to Washington D.C. for a working weekend. Henry is determined to win over Terry and make her his and finally succeeds. Isabel has her hands full with demanding artist Hudson Brack. Alex terminates the Santa Cruz contract when he finds that Duque Run is in the middle of an escalating gang war between Ramon and Dimitri's crew. When Alex and his family are threatened he brokers a deal between Ramon and Dimitri. Alex finds out that Joe Samuels will only get a fine of 1.5 million from the Department of Justice for the illegal land deals and is furious. Pancho tells Alex to take some time away from the company and spend it at home with his family.

  • Following Pancho's implicit advice, Henry finally ingratiates himself with Terry. Ramon Fauro won't let Alex pull out when his men are attacked during Duque rum transports by the Russian-Isreali gangsters, but wins the battle and Alex brokers a peace. The FBI accepts the embargo infringement proof but lets Samuels off with a fine he can afford. Frank's patience runs out on what he seems as Alex's ingratitude and Pancho's favoritism, while Ellis tries to win him back by denying being her father's cahoot. Pancho warns Alex his CEO position can be reconsidered as the ethanol project still seems a dubious call.


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