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Clive Stafford Smith, left, and Benedict Kuehne, right. Courtesy photos. Clive Stafford Smith, left, and Benedict Kuehne, right. Courtesy photos.

It’s been 27 years since Miami lawyer Benedict Kuehne and U.K. attorney Clive Stafford Smith began fighting for the release of a British citizen and former millionaire, jailed for a double murder he claims drug lord Pablo Escobar ordered back in Miami’s infamous ”cocaine cowboys” era.

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Raychel Lean

Raychel Lean reports on South Florida litigation for the Daily Business Review. Send an email to rle[email protected], or follow her on Twitter via @raychellean.

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