The former Juan Pablo Escobar, 32, used his film “Sins of My Father” to apologize to the sons of two politicians the arch-criminal ordered assassinated during nearly a decade of terrorizing Colombia.
Bogota (AFP) - Juan Pablo Escobar Henao was just nine years old when he got his first lesson in drugs from his father, the infamous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.
|Juan Pablo Escobar|
|Nombre de nacimiento||Juan Pablo Escobar Henao|
|Otros nombres||Juan Sebastián Marroquín Santos|
|Nacimiento||24 de febrero de 1977 (39 años)
|Padres||Victoria Eugenia Henao Vallejo
|Ocupación||Arquitecto, diseñador industrial, autor|
|Distinciones||Premio Libro de Oro|
Born Juan Pablo Escobar, the drug lord’s son changed his name to Sebastian Marroquin to escape being associated with his father, something that he says has damaged his professional life as an architect. Marroquin now lives in Buenos Aires.
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