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Netflix’s ‘Narcos’ location scout killed in Mexico

euronews Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Carlos Muñoz Portal was looking for places to film the next season of 'Narcos'. His body was found in his car in a rural area of Mexico State.
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On September 11, 37 year old Carlos Muñoz Portal was found slain in his car on an unnamed dirt road in the community of San Bartolo Actopan in northeast Mexico state. The area is near the border of Mexico state and Hidalgo. Muñoz was reportedly there to take photos as a part of his job scouting...

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