The Search Bloc gets a new leader. Javier loses faith in the system. Pablo brings Tata's brother Carlos down from Miami to cheer her up.
Did You Know?
During a raid a paramilitary sniper uses a 2008 ACE23 Galil with a sniper scope mounted at the front of the gun, where a soldier would only mount a holographic or reflex sight. Scopes with large magnifications are mounted as far back on the rifle as possible since it's harder to see through them when mounted far at the front of the weapon. The sniper also "reloads" the weapon after the shot by moving back the charging handle, yet this is an automatic weapon that doesn't need reloading like a bolt action rifle needs after each round. Furthermore, not only is the weapon not period correct, an actual marksman variant of the Galil came into production only in 1996. See more
Life goes on, right? And for Escobar, that was a pretty good thing. He remained at large, protected by an army of sicarios, in a city that refused to give him up. Pablo kept his lawyers working overtime, continuing to negotiate his surrender with Colombian Attorney General De Greiff. But it was bullshit. Why surrender when you're holding all the cards? He was free.