Colombian police shut down Pablo Escobar museum


Police have shut down a small makeshift museum that showcase the life and times of notorious drug Lord Pablo Escobar police announced they rated the venue while seven tourists were visiting authorities slapped white signs on the glass doors, saying it had been closed. The site was managed by Escobar's seventy one year old brother Roberto and was a popular stop on. What are known as Narko tours in the city of Medellin? The tourists take visitors to several spots related to the late drug bosses life, including his tomb and a home that was bombed by his enemies, Betty mayor Federico Gutierez says such tours are legal, but he dislikes them because they promote mafia culture

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