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Trailer: 'Sins of the Father'
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Trailer: 'Sins of the Father'

A new documentary on Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, called "Sins of the Father," compares the lives of sons whose fathers were killed by Escobar with the life of Escobar's own son. The sons end up meeting, and Escobar's son apologizes for his father. (Courtesy Nicolas Entel)

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In the shame of the father
Article | The past is all there, in a small closet, inside old, musty boxes: photo albums, one stacked upon the other, filled with pictures of the father, a man Forbes magazine once christened the world's seventh richest, with a personal fortune of at least $3 billion.

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