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Juan David Ochoa Vásquez, Co-Founder of Medellín Cartel, Dies at 65

2013-07-30T22:09:33+0000

The cocaine trafficker, who started the brutal organization with his brothers and Pablo Escobar, served about five years in prison and then returned to raising horses.


Paid Notice: Deaths SILVERCLOUD, COCHISE OCHOA

1997-09-28T05:00:00+0000

SILVERCLOUD-Cochise Ochoa. On September 15th. As a Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist in fashion photography and commercials he lived in L.A., New York and Paris. We mourn the loss of one who could always surround us with laughter. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to the Madrone Hospice, Box 1193, Yreka, CA. 96097.


Severo Ochoa, Biochemist, A Nobel Winner, 88, Dies

1993-11-03T05:00:00+0000

Severo Ochoa, the biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of an enzyme that can synthesize RNA, a nucleic acid that is a vital part of the genetic machinery of living cells, died on Monday in Madrid. He was 88. The cause was pneumonia, hospital officials in Madrid said.


N.Y.U. SETS ALUMNI DAY; Ceremonies to Pay Tribute to Drs. Ochoa and Sabin

1960-02-22T05:00:00+0000


TO MEXICO FOR REVENGE; Sent to Brooklyn for Filibustering, Ochoa Tells His Story. ESCAPING DEATH HE GOES TO PRISON When His Relatives Were Murdered by a Mexican Prefect He Led Soldiers Across the Line from Texas.

1895-08-17T05:00:00+0000

Chihuahua Revolution; Leader V. L. Ochoa Interviewed in Kings County Penitentiary


Juan David Ochoa Vásquez, Co-Founder of Medellín Cartel, Dies at 65

2013-07-30T22:09:33+0000

The cocaine trafficker, who started the brutal organization with his brothers and Pablo Escobar, served about five years in prison and then returned to raising horses.


Juan David Ochoa Vásquez, Co-Founder of Medellín Cartel, Dies at 65

2013-07-30T22:09:33+0000

The cocaine trafficker, who started the brutal organization with his brothers and Pablo Escobar, served about five years in prison and then returned to raising horses.


Paid Notice: Deaths SILVERCLOUD, COCHISE OCHOA

1997-09-28T05:00:00+0000

SILVERCLOUD-Cochise Ochoa. On September 15th. As a Makeup Artist/Hair Stylist in fashion photography and commercials he lived in L.A., New York and Paris. We mourn the loss of one who could always surround us with laughter. In lieu of flowers donations may be sent to the Madrone Hospice, Box 1193, Yreka, CA. 96097.


Severo Ochoa, Biochemist, A Nobel Winner, 88, Dies

1993-11-03T05:00:00+0000

Severo Ochoa, the biochemist who won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of an enzyme that can synthesize RNA, a nucleic acid that is a vital part of the genetic machinery of living cells, died on Monday in Madrid. He was 88. The cause was pneumonia, hospital officials in Madrid said.


N.Y.U. SETS ALUMNI DAY; Ceremonies to Pay Tribute to Drs. Ochoa and Sabin

1960-02-22T05:00:00+0000



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