Despite the risk of getting imprisoned and be penalized for a long time, many people are still involved in all sorts of underground activities which are deemed by man’s laws as illegal. Why? Because the risk involved is smaller than the promise of a hefty fortune and power that awaits them. Not surprisingly, many of them were able to accumulate millions and even billions of dollars from spearheading various types of illegal activities. In fact, some of them have already created their own private armies. The fortune they’ve acquired has helped them splurge on life’s luxuries as well as widen their influence and power in their home countries, but it’s at the expense of their freedom and survival. Many of the wealthiest criminals are involved in heroin and cocaine smuggling, drug trafficking, alcohol hustling, weapon selling, and cartel. Some others are also involved in other related activities including kidnapping, murder, and gambling. Pablo Escobar, George Jung, and Al Capone have been widely associated with underground dealings in their respective countries. Most of the world’s wealthiest criminals are often distinguished by their cigars, fedora hats, and suits. Some are even loved by the people in their countries because of their generosity and philanthropic activities. But behind this façade, they are actually raking in millions and billions of dollars each year from their wrongdoings. While other criminals die of old age, there are some others who are eventually killed or captured. There are also others who tried to evade the authorities for a long period of time. In many cases, they are able to accumulate wealth which can equal those earned by today’s richest people in the globe. We hope that we didn’t give you ideas and that you give value to your freedom and life!