In recent days Pablo Escobar Gaviria's museum house is reopened, the closure of this by the Medellin mayor's office. The news was international but its reopening has not been reported by the media, and with all the permits per day. Mr. Roberto Escobar attends again tourists who has been doing it for 14 years, to tourism in general the mayor of Medellin has been energetic with the attack to the narco tour term invented by the same, the politicians of Medellin want to end the history around Pablo Escobar for all the damage he did to the city but the big question is will it be for this or for all the bad that the government did with the narcos of the 90s?                                                                                                                                                                                      

We have to reflect on what is happening at this time as a capo like Pablo Escobar who died 25 years ago affects both the mayor of Medellin or will want to divert attention to the current facts of the new drug trafficking or deviate information on issues as delicate and urgent as those that are presenting in the communes of Medellin.

Just as there are phenomena that encourage discouragement and despair, I do not hesitate a moment to point out that the Colombian mood will be able to move towards a more egalitarian, more just, more honest and more prosperous society.

Last editorial signed by Guillermo Cano., Published on December 17, 1986.




Medellin, region where the so-called Czar of cocaine laid the foundations of his cartel and built his empire in the most dangerous city in the world. But today this is still a source of inspiration for tours and television series that fascinate the public,

It was in Barrio Antioquia where Escobar first encountered smuggling routes, in this place he met Griselda Blanco, also known with as the "coca queen”, the drug trafficker with the longest running in the business and who he learned from the business.

The first time that Pablo Escobar was imprisoned for drug trafficking, He was 24 years old and would become one of the greatest criminals in history. He gave his first steps in the contraband of drugs hiding 39 kilos of cocaine in the rims of a vehicle.

With the intention of covering an interview with Manuel Pérez, commander of the National Liberation Army (ELN), a group journalist including Diana Turbay, who fell in the hands of the extraditable who were seeking justice not extradition, on January 25 of 1991, the elite police arrived at the scene because they had been informed of abnormal armed activity and had a suspicion that Pablo Escobar was in the sector. That day in the morning, Diana Turbary was in her captivity that lasted 148