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Narcos location scout shot dead in central Mexico

Independent Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
The body and car of Carlos Muñoz Portal were discovered in a remote area near San Bartolo Actopan, an area said to have some of Mexico's highest murder rates
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"Narcos" location scout Carlos Munoz Portal was shot to death in a violent region in central Mexico on Monday while scouting for season four the show." The seasoned scout, has a slew of high profile credits to his name, including, "Spectre," "Fast & Furious" and "Apocalypto." Netflix issued the...

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