Pain & Gain: The Real Story
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They say revenge is a dish best served cold. But in Miami back in the 1990s, there was another kind of revenge: it was hot, violent an inspired by envy. Self-made millionaire Marc Schiller was betrayed by his own protégé, Jorge Delgado. Delgado and two accomplices kidnapped him and tortured him for four weeks until ..

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Pain & Gain: The Real Story

They say revenge is a dish best served cold. But in Miami back in the 1990s, there was another kind of revenge: it was hot, violent an inspired by envy. Self-made millionaire Marc Schiller was betrayed by his own protégé, Jorge Delgado. Delgado and two accomplices kidnapped him and tortured him for four weeks until he signed over all of his assets to them. Schiller, unconscious, was then put in a car, which was set on fire. Delgado wanted payback because Schiller had cut him off.

The movie “Pain and Gain” is based on the Sun Gym Gang murders in Miami, FL in 1993-1995.

The real story is MUCH MORE SINISTER.

ABC 20/20 documentary from March 2013, entitled “Revenge For Real: The Miami Millionaire.”

IT INCLUDES NOTES, THE NAME OF MYSTERY WITNESS, and ADDRESSES.

Proceed With Caution.

Pain And Gain, Kidnap, Extortion, Murder, Dismemberment, Revenge, Lamborghini, Vector, Sun Gym Gang, Adrian Noel Doorbal, Danny Lugo, Jorge Delgado, Alex Ferrer (Judge), Judge Alex, Marc Schiller, Frank Griga, Victor Kershaw, Paul Doyle, Carl Weekes, Stevenson Pierre, John Raimondo, Big Mario Sanchez, Cindy Eldridge, Sabina Petrescu, Pain & Gain (Film)

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