Drug cartel assassin dubbed 'The Devil' tells cocaine user how she enjoys killing pregnant women: 'I love the madness'

In an episode of 'Doing Drugs For Fun?', 25-year-old Chanel — one of the participants — met with a woman who called herself The Devil. The woman opened up to her about how she had killed many people since she joined the drug business at the age of 15


                            Drug cartel assassin dubbed 'The Devil' tells cocaine user how she enjoys killing pregnant women: 'I love the madness'
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In a chilling interview, a drug cartel assassin from Colombia reportedly told a cocaine user how she "loves to kill people" in the latest episode of Channel 5's 'Doing Drugs For Fun?'

On Tuesday's episode, four people from Great Britain, who occasionally did drugs traveled to Medellín, Colombia, which has made headlines in recent times due to the wars between cartels who are trying to rule the drug trade.

In the episode, 25-year-old Chanel — one of the participants — met a woman who called herself The Devil. The woman opened up to her about how she had killed many people since she joined the drug business at the age of 15.

She said that she learned to "love" murdering people including a number of pregnant women and her own cousin. The hair-raising moment came when she said how, just eight days prior to the interview, she had chopped up a man and disposed of his body in the river after he refused to kill someone else. 

"We chopped him up, put him in a bag, and threw him in the river and goodbye," she said. "Nobody is going to see him again."

The Devil added that while she would not have chosen the life of crime for herself,  it was particularly representative of the "kill or be killed" reality of cartel life in Colombia.

"I liked getting paid to kill," she said during the interview that was conducted in a remote cabin, owned by the cartel. "I love the madness. Not when I was a little girl, but from the age of 15 I've loved seeing things fall down around me." 

Elaborating, she said that she was forced to kill her own cousin because the cartel would have had her murdered if she'd refused to do it.  She mentioned that "there's no turning back" for her when it came to the path that was chosen for her.

Chanel was visibly horrified throughout the interview and expressed her opinion after the interview was over. 

"What can you say, really," she said, "It's f****** disgusting. If there weren't cartels running the streets of Colombia, people like her wouldn't exist. She would have had a completely different career route," Chanel added.

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