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Sunday, 3 May 2009

Pedro Gil, 37, also was known as “Master P” and “Carwash” with the Hermandad de Pistoleros Latinos (Brotherhood of Latin Gunmen) must serve 25 years

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Pedro Gil, 37, also must forfeit millions of dollars in real estate, a cache of jewelry, a fleet of luxury vehicles, and suitcases containing $4.5 million in cash.Laredo gang leader must serve 25 years in prison under the terms of a plea agreement, federal prosecutors said Thursday.Pedro Gil, 37, also was known as “Master P” and “Carwash” with the Hermandad de Pistoleros Latinos (Brotherhood of Latin Gunmen).Gil was indicted in May 2008 along with 23 members or associates of the gang. Prosecutors said the gang smuggled large amounts of cocaine across the Mexican border, then stored it in Laredo stash houses for distribution out of Houston.He pleaded guilty in Houston to trafficking more than 330 pounds of cocaine and laundering millions of dollars in proceeds.

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