The drug trade is a rough business, and the fairer sex can't expect any special treatment.
Only months after her release from prison Lorena Henao Montoya was gunned down by two hit men on a motorcycle in northeastern Colombia as reported by BBC News: "Henao's brother, Orlando, and her husband, Ivan Urdinola, were considered co-founders of Colombia's Norte del Valle or Northern Valley drug cartel in the late 1980s."
Karma is catching up with the drug queens from Colombia.
Last September Griselda Blanco, the "cocaine godmother" who played rough on the streets of Miami, FL during the 1970s and 1980s, finally got her comeuppance in Medellin, Colombia when gun-toting assassins on motorcycles gunned down the old hag as reported by David Ovalle for The Miami Herald: "Blanco, 69, spent nearly two decades behind bars in the United States for drug trafficking and three murders, including the 1982 slaying of a 2-year-old boy in Miami." She was suspected of ordering dozens of more murders, and "has been credited with inventing the idea of the 'motorcycle assassin' who rode by victims and sprayed them with bullets."