Morgan Wright and Steve Murphy
Morgan spent 18 years in state and local law enforcement as a highly decorated police officer, state trooper and detective. He solved a lot of cases, interviewed a lot people, and interrogated a bunch of suspects. In fact, he was trained by the original members of the FBI’s Behavioral Science Unit on serial crime profiling. This led to him training spies and spooks at places like the NSA. Morgan’s sister once accused him of being a spy because he was spending a lot of time in foreign countries like Pakistan, Turkey, Colombia and the Middle East. To this day, Morgan denies that accusation, saying “You can’t prove it…so there.” He continues to do a LOT of stuff on television talking about cyberterrorism and other things Murph doesn’t understand.
Yes, he and Javier helped catch Pablo Escobar. So he’s got that going for him. Netflix made a big deal out of it and created one of the most successful series ever called “Narcos”. The scenes where Steve looks good are all true according to…Steve. During his long career he helped bring down dangerous drug traffickers, dismantled criminal organizations, and worked with state and local law enforcement to go after the worst of the worst. Their bestselling book “Manhunters: How We Took Down Pablo Escobar” is a must-read for anyone who wants to know what it takes to bring down the world’s first narcoterrorist. When Steve isn’t podcasting or getting lost driving around town, he and Javier are traveling the globe doing live presentations. Check them out at DEA Narcos.
Javier is currently living the life of luxury somewhere deep in the Heart of Texas. He’s part of the highly secret and classified bonus content rumored to be available on Patreon. He travels with Steve to countries like Australia, Scotland, England, and Colombia to name a few. It’s been verified as a nearly-true rumor that Javier might have ex-girlfriends in almost every place he and Steve present. That might explain why he travels in disguise so much of the time. Netflix officials will neither confirm nor deny that Javier personally selected Pedro Pascal to play him in Narcos because Pedro was almost as good looking as Javier.