Anyone seen this Netflix series? I am halfway through season 3, which is a bit of a comedown when compared to 1 and 2. The first 2 seasons telling the story, with a bit of artistic license, of Pablo Escobars rise and fall are superb. The guy playing Escobar, Wagner Moura, is brilliant. It raises an interesting point. The man was pure evil, but with his riches he provided for the poor of Medellin to such an extent that he was thought of as a Robin Hood type character. It proves that, in general, when people are desperate they really don't care where their food/money/housing comes from and they are not overly bothered about the impact on others. My question is would you have taken his charity if you knew that it was at the expense of others, even causing death?