The Underworld Don Pablo Escobar
Colombia supplies three-quarters of the world’s cocaine market. Escobar was the head of the Colombian drug mafia until the nineties. Like all thieves in the world, Escobar built his empire under the guise of charity. Therefore, he was popular and the hero of the natives. Escabar’s life, who was the owner of countless properties, was full of ups and downs.
He even had his own zoo in his abode spread over acres. The depth of his wealth can be guessed by the fact that he had bought fifteen large planes, helicopters and submarines for transporting goods.
Escobar was willing to do anything to survive; All those who stood in front of him were mercilessly eliminated. It will include politicians, journalists, social elites and ordinary people. Escobar offered large sums of money to the killers, who put a price on the head of every policeman in the country, and nearly 600 people were killed in this way.
Under pressure, Escobar capitulated in 1991, but continued to live in his own luxury home under the terms; Criminals who guard the cage and go to any lengths for themselves.
Escobar controlled his empire from there. Realizing this, the government tried to transfer Escabar to another prison, but knowing the move in advance, he skillfully escaped.
Since then, hundreds of innocent people have been killed in several large bomb blasts in the country.
With this, the government was under pressure to eliminate Escobar by any means.
It was not easy to ensnare the intelligent Escobar, who even communicated very skillfully.
Finally, on December 2, 1993, after a 16-month search by the Colombian special police force “Search Bloc” with the help of the UN Special Operations Command, Escabar’s secret hideout was surrounded and he was shot and killed while trying to escape.
The greatest criminal in the history of the world met his end there. Escobar loved his wife and children as much as his life. But this love itself did not cause his end. Sena knew he would contact his family wherever he was.
It took him 16 months to find Escabar, who had wandered through the nose of the Colombian search blocks.
As it was difficult to trace Escabar’s car, who used phones very expertly, with the help of the US, he was finally found after a long conversation with his son after a long conversation with his son, using a Voice Recognition System that could only search for his voice among tens of thousands of voices.
Many books have been written based on the life of Pablo Escobar. Many films were produced. Television documentaries were produced. Video games were made. The National Geographic Channel’s “Situation Critical” series titled ‘Killing Pablo’ featured a biography of Pablo Escobar.