- Category : 1977-births
- Type : ME
- Profile : 1/3 - Investigating / Martyr
- Definition : Single
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Planning 1
Colombian-Argentine architect and author, known as the son of slain Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar. He wrote the biography Pablo Escobar: Mi padre (2014) and appeared in the Argentine movie documentary Sins of My Father (2009), which "followed Marroquín as he apologized to the sons of victims his late father ordered assassinated during a decade of terrorizing Colombia during his time as a major drug lord." The film promoted reconciliation and ending hatred.
On 2 December 1993, the Colombian National Police located and then killed Pablo Escobar (aged 44), when Escobar, one of Medellíns most infamous criminals, made a phone call to his son. Escobar's location was tracked by a Colombian electronic surveillance team. After Escobar took notice of the police surrounding the building where he was hiding out, he fled to the rooftops together with a bodyguard, where he was shot dead by the police.
Juan Escobar, his mother, and his sister Manuela, first fled to Mozambique, then travelled on tourist visas to Argentina, where they ultimately remained and became citizens in exile from their native Colombia. Juan Pablo chose the name "Sebastián Marroquín" from the telephone book and adopted it as his new name since he needed a new identity.