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BRAZIL-DRUGLORD/
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April 08, 2008 
People stand on line as a man leans through a window to check a rack of clothes that belonged to Colombian... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
People stand on line as a man leans through a window to check a rack of clothes that belonged to Colombian... 
People stand on line as a man leans through a window to check a rack of clothes that belonged to Colombian citizen Juan Carlos Ramirez Abadia, alias Lollipop, and were put on sale after police confiscated them from his three mansions in Brazil a week after Abadia received a 30-year prison sentence for drug trafficking, April 8, 2008. Several thousand Brazilians clamoured for a piece of gangster chic, jostling their way into a sale for charity of goods ranging from flat-screen TVs to designer underwear owned by Abadia, who the United States says is one of the most powerful leaders of Colombia's cocaine cartels. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (BRAZIL) 
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