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Second eviction attempt at Pablo Escobar’s mansion failed

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Second eviction attempt at Pablo Escobar’s mansion failed

The eviction of Pablo Escobar’s mansion in Medellín, still inhabited by relatives of the deceased drug lord, has failed for the second time. The Special Assets Company and the Police were unable to carry out the procedure due to a guardianship filed by Víctor Orfenio Moreno Parra, who acts as an unofficial agent of Joseph Escobar Escarriaga, nephew of Pablo Escobar. The family alleges that Joseph Escobar, who is 22 years old, is ill, and the eviction could not go forward at this time. However, the SAE hopes that the situation will be resolved by justice in the next 15 days.

The mansion, located in the exclusive sector of La Asomadera, is preliminarily valued at 12 billion pesos and is suspected to have been put in the name of Escobar’s front woman. Investigators believe that Escobar’s brother, Roberto de Jesús Escobar Gaviria, known as Osito, has maintained control over the property. The situation was taken advantage of by him after several people claimed the property following Escobar’s death.

The authorities remain committed to resolving the issue and reclaiming the property, but for now, the fate of the mansion remains in limbo.

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