'Narcos' location scout found shot dead in Mexico

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Mexican location scout Carlos Munoz Portal was shot to death in a violent region in central Mexico Monday while scouting for season four of Netflix's hit show "Narcos." The seasoned scout, who worked for Stacy Perskie's Mexico City-based production company Redrum, has a slew of high profile credits to his name, including, "Sicario," "Spectre," "Fast & Furious" and "Apocalypto."

Netflix issued the following statement: "We are aware of the passing of Carlos Munoz Portal, a well-respected location scout, and send our condolences to his family. The facts surrounding his death are still unknown as authorities continue to investigate.

Several Mexican journalists posted photos along with the news.

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Munoz's bullet-riddled body and car were found in a remote area near the borders of Hidalgo state, which is said to have the highest murder rate in Mexico. In July, 182 cases of homicide were reported in the densely populated state, a ratio of 12.2 for every 100,000 inhabitants.

According to local reports, authorities have had trouble piecing together the circumstances that led to his killing, given the dearth of witnesses.

Netflix's season 4 is said to be exploring the origins of Mexico's infamous Juarez cartel just as season 3 focused on the rise and fall of Colombia's Cali cartel and heralded the shift of the drug wars to Mexico.

Munoz's murder raises doubts on whether the production will continue in Mexico or move back to Colombia where it began. Such a decision would imperil hundreds of jobs that the series' production would have generated in Mexico.

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Legendary New Orleans musician Fats Domino died of natural causes at the age of 89 at the end of October.

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Jalal Talabani, the Kurdish leader who became Iraq's first president after the ouster of Saddam Hussein died in October. He was 83 years old.

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Phoenix Suns Hall of Famer Connie Hawkins died in October at the age of 75. 

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U.S. Army Special Forces Sergeant Jeremiah Johnson, U.S. Special Forces Sgt. Bryan Black, U.S. Special Forces Sgt. Dustin Wright and U.S. Special Forces Sgt. La David Johnson were killed in an ambush in Niger, West Africa on October 4th.

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Charles Manson, the cult leader who sent followers known as the "Manson Family" out to commit gruesome murders, died of natural causes at the age of 83 on November 19.

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Renowned Russian baritone Dmitry Hvorostovski died from complications from brain cancer in November. He was 55.

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Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn was killed in a car crash in Texas on November 20 at the age of 43.

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Tennis star Jana Novotna of the Czech Republic, a Wimbledon champion and 16-time grand slam winner, died in November after a long battle with cancer. She was 49.

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David Cassidy, 'The Partridge Family' star and '70s heartthrob died November 21 after being placed in a medically induced coma. He was 67 years old.

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Bobby Doerr, Boston Red Sox legend and Hall of Fame second baseman died in November. The 99-year-old was the oldest living major league baseball player.

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Popular New York gossip columnist writer Liz Smith died in November. She was 94 years old.

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Jim Nabors, widely adored for playing Gomer Pyle on "The Andy Griffith Show," passed away in November 2017 at age 87.

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Lowell Hawthorne, the founder of the Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery chain died in December. New York's medical examiner said the 57-year-old shot himself in the head.

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John Anderson, a former Republican congressman who ran an independent campaign against Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter in the 1980 presidential election, died in December. He was 95.

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San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, died on December 12, hours after appearing at a public event.  The city's first Asian-American mayor was 65 years old.

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