Pablo Escobar’s secret first born son says he has a ‘pretty good idea’ of how to solve the series of codes which lead to his birth father’s missing millions. Roberto Sendoya Escobar, 54, who now lives in Mallorca under his adopted name of Phillip Witcomb, found out the infamous Columbian drug lord was his father in 1989 at the age of 24. He was separated from Pablo as an infant, after being rescued from a traumatic shoot out which killed his mother, by a British undercover MI6 agent, who adopted him and sent him to boarding school in the UK. Roberto’s adoptive father regularly took him as a young boy to visit Pablo Escobar in Medellin, in order to keep the drug lord on board and to track his movements for MI6 – and in 1993 he gave Roberto a series of code’s leading to Pablo’s millions. Appearing on Good Morning Britain today, Roberto told how after ‘studying his dad’s movements’ he’s ‘got a long way down the road’ and is coming closer to deciphering the puzzle, which will eventually lead to his father’s hidden money. Colombian narcoterrorist Pablo Escobar, pictured in 1991, built a multi-billion dollar empire controlling 80 per cent of… Read full this story
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