Pablo Escobar’s brother wants to make sure that security is appropriate to avoid any unnecessary deaths after the news of Carlos Muñoz Portal passing last week
MEDELLÍN, Colombia, Sept. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Pablo Escobar’s biological brother, Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria, wants Netflix to make changes to their security protocol of the production of their “Narcos” TV show. “People are dying. It’s clearly not safe to film shows about drug lords,” says Olof K. Gustafsson, Chief Executive Officer of Escobar Inc.
Prior to Roberto Escobar being the lead accountant for the Medellín cartel he was at one point the chief of the hitmen. In 1993 Roberto was arrested and imprisoned, at which point he received a letter bomb that made him half-blind and half-deaf. Since his release from prison, he has authored several articles, books, patents and is a co-founder of Escobar Inc. “I have survived many assassination attempts and kidnappings. I am very experienced in survival and security protocols,” says Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria, Chief Brand Officer of Escobar Inc.
Carlos Muñoz Portal, an individual working as a location scout for Netflix suffered an untimely passing last week in the Hidalgo area of Mexico. “Our hearts go out to the family of Carlos. Even though we did not know him personally, we will include him in our prayers,” says Daniel D. Reitberg, Chief Operating Officer of Escobar Inc.
“We tried to contact Netflix after the news of Carlos Muñoz Portal passing last week to speak about their security issues with no response,” says Escobar Inc Chief Executive Officer Olof K. Gustafsson. “I think it is important that they take care of this soon.”
Escobar Inc is a private holding company based in Medellín, Colombia. Founded in 2014 by Roberto De Jesus Escobar Gaviria, brother of Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria, Olof K. Gustafsson and Daniel D. Reitberg. The company has registered the Successor-in-Interest rights to Pablo Escobar in all the states in the US where such registration is available, including but not limited to California. The company also has pending trademark and copyright claims.