Famous People Who Died on September 3
E. E. Cummings
Drug Dealer, Murderer, Organized Crime Boss / 1943 - 2012
Infamous drug trafficker Griselda Blanco is suspected of committing more than 200 murders while transporting cocaine from Colombia to the U.S. She was murdered in Colombia in 2012.
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profile name: Michael Clarke Duncan profile occupation: Film Actor
profile id: 9385362
profile name: Vince Lombardi profile occupation: Coach
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profile name: E. E. Cummings profile occupation: Poet
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profile name: Oliver Cromwell profile occupation: Military Leader
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profile name: Griselda Blanco profile occupation: Drug Dealer, Murderer, Organized Crime Boss
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profile name: Ho Chi-Minh profile occupation: World Leader, Prime Minister
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