Amado Carrillo Fuentes, arguably Mexico’s biggest drug trafficker, was known as El Señor de Los Cielos(Lord of the Skies) and he pioneered the use of jumbo jets for the mass distribution of illicit drugs into the U.S. He seized control of the Juárez Cartel after assassinating his boss Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. He died in July 1997 in a Mexican hospital after undergoing extensive plastic surgery to change his appearance. In his final days Carrillo was being tracked by Mexican and U.S. authorities. He is regarded as one of the wealth-iest criminals in history, with an estimated net-worth of U.S. $25 billion.Raymond Chow Kwok-cheungknown as the Shrimp Man, is a Chinese gangster that dominated crime in the Chinatown of San Francisco. Chow's first conviction was in 1978, for robbery in Chinatown, San Francisco. Chow received an 11-year sentence,of which he served 7 years and 4 months. He was released in 1985. In 1986, Chow was charged with 28 counts of assault with a deadly weapon, attempted murder, mayhem, and illegal posses-sion of a firearm. He served three years in prison and was released in 1989. In 1992 Chow was arrested for racketeering, later separated into two separate trials. The first was for ille-gal gun sales and the second was for prostitution, drugs and money laundering. Convicted in 1995, Chow was sentenced to 24 years. When Peter Chongwas captured, Chow became an informant, turned informer on his old boss, testifying against him in exchange for a reduced sentence. He was released from prison in 2003. In 1996, Chow was tried again for racketeering, but the indictment was dismissed.Khun Saalso known as Chang Chi-fuwas a Burmese War Lord and perhaps history’s biggest heroin dealer who operated out of Southeast Asia. He was a Shanwarlord, born in Hpa Hpeung village, Burma. He was also dubbed the "Opium King" due to his opium trad-ing in the Golden Triangle.As a War Lord he commanded the Shan United Armyand the Mong Tai Army. He made offers to the Australian and U.S. DEA for them to buy his entire heroin crop but both governments refused. He was indicted by the U.S. authorities but the Burmese officials refused to extradite him, and he lived the rest of his life in the Rangoon area living of his significant investments.All three kingpins have impacted crime on an international level.