Piers Morgan On La Costa del Crime, Marbella, Spain

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Piers Morgan On La Costa del Crime, Marbella, Spain

As any reader of The G Manifesto knows, I am a big advocate of life in Spain.

And that I spent last summer swooping topless girls on the beaches of Spain.

I have never made it down as far as Marbella, but it is on my short list (although I don’t think it will happen this year).

Here is a good video, worth watching on Marbella, Spain. The jury is still out on this Piers Morgan guy, but still, a good video.

Peep it:

It goes without saying that when I hit up Marbella, Spain, I am going to do it on a way more smooth tip than shown in this video.

But that is neither here nor there.

Here is a little Data Sheet on La Costa del Crime a while back:

This is Puerto Banus, a luxury suburb of Marbella in southern Spain and truly a millionaire’s paradise.

But who are these people and where does their wealth come from?

The majority are legitimate businessmen, but Britain currently has a list of 230 known criminals sheltering in Spain and many of them are believed to live in and around Puerto Banus.

The Costa del Sol has seen an upsurge in violent crime in recent years with British, Irish and Russian gangs vying with local Spanish criminals for command of the lucrative drugs trade.

Morocco is only 40 miles away across the southern horizon.

The profit margins for smuggling Moroccan cannabis and Colombian cocaine are too tempting for many ex-pats, even when threatened with imprisonment or death.

A Briton was arrested in April this year in nearby Fuengirola after a consignment of cannabis and cocaine was discovered.

And drug dealer Scott Bradfield, from London, was murdered in October 2001.

His limbs were found in a suitcase on wasteland near Torremolinos in December and his head and torso were discovered in another case nearby.

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9 Comments on "Piers Morgan On La Costa del Crime, Marbella, Spain"

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    Dublin
    15/01/2012 at 3:39 pm Permalink

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    Drop the contrived, whigger way of writing that’s off-putting and juvenile. And no, it doesn’t give you a “hip media persona” like your favorite hip hop artist that you can somehow leverage into a business empire.

    Stop constantly hyping yourself and your lifestyle. We all know that a guy like Roosh (a loser selling cheap e-books) has more freedom to live 1-2 years or longer abroad in foreign countries while you’re tethered to the U.S. because of work. Admit it: you wish you had money flow letting you live permanently outside the US.

    Make your discussion forum for guys who want to travel or live abroad with class and elegance (VS a guy like Roosh who does nothing except sit in his underwear writing blog posts in a cheap studio).

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  2. The G Manifesto
    JJ
    16/01/2012 at 2:17 am Permalink

    In Marbella, a couple of guys got shot ONCE.

    Here in Madrid, 50 people were killed by gunfire in 2011. In a country where fire arms are prohibited and only criminals an police forces have them.

    So don’t go with that “costa del crime” shit. Marbella is like Florida, a place for pensionists, arab billionaires and retired mobsters.

    You may prefer other spots for hunting: Barcelona, Valencia, Ibiza, Mallorca, Granada, Cádiz… Same weather, less expensive bars and less gold-diggers.

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    Bill
    16/01/2012 at 2:42 pm Permalink

    +1 regarding the contrived whiggerish way of writing

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