This is Lisa Monet, the step-mother of Charles Oliveira. When her husband Roberto was murdered in São Paulo over a drug deal that didn’t work out in his favor. She and Charles decided to become business partners, as well as lovers. With my help, they moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina. They have invested heavily in their produce distribution to local merchants. Lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes, peppers, celery, potatoes, squash of all types, berries of every description, then we tried something new. Corn takes more space, but with the right fertilizer, we tried our methods and made history. Same size production on a dwarf-size plant that takes half the room to grow to full maturity.
They and I have partnered building large ten-acre rack-farms in Chile, Bolivia, and Peru. Together we are the largest fruit producers of cherries, blueberries, grapes, stone fruit, citrus, and kiwifruit. No one else can produce year-round, so USA and European markets are now dominated by our supply system of 2 to 3 hour delivery.
Lisa and I have been friends since childhood, both moving to Texas in 1915. We shared an apartment while attending high school and college. After college, Lisa moved to Santiago de León de Caracas, where she opened several restaurants over the next few years. Everything went along fine, until someone in the Venezuela government discovered what made her coffee so irresistible. Less pain, better concentration, and several disease strains going into remission from just drinking her unique blend of coffee. She and Charles have no money problems, since her parents left a very large trust for both of their beautiful young re-headed daughters.
My father and I bought her eleven restaurants when problems arose and continued selling her special blend of coffee. I have the largest coffee plantations in South America, and my father works for PSL Holdings, LTD out of Bogota. This got rid of the CBD in the coffee problem, which was never a problem for our customers.
Sometime during the mid-1950s, Lisa got hooked up with Roberto Oliveira, who wanted to invest in her hemp growing enterprise. OK, as long as he didn’t get involved in cocaine or the expanding poppy fields. It didn’t take long to learn he was already doing illegal farming. Back then, nobody really cared how you made a living, so long as you had plenty of cash. 1963, all hell broke loose in Colombia and elsewhere. The Santeria had moved into every country in all of SA, murdering and taking whatever, they wanted.