Narcos-A Conversation On Capturing Pablo Escobar @ Glasgow City Halls, Glasgow [8 August]

Narcos-A Conversation On Capturing Pablo Escobar


21
08
August
19:30 - 22:00

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Glasgow City Halls
98 Candleriggs, G1 1 Glasgow, United Kingdom
CAPTURING PABLO

AN EVENING WITH JAVIER PENA & STEVE MURPHY

Presented by Synergy Concerts and One Inch Badge

Step into the world of DEA agents ‘Javier Pena’ & ‘Steve Murphy’ who were instrumental in the takedown of one of the most prolific and gruesome drugs lords of all time, ‘The King of Cocaine’ – Pablo Escobar.

Their Story inspired the hit Netflix TV series ‘NARCOS’.

The actions of Pena and Murphy were the inspiration for the hugely popular Netflix crime series “Narcos”, which tells the story of Colombia’s infamous drug cartels and Pablo Escobar’s fight to maintain his position as the most powerful player.

Agents Pena and Murphy will speak about the rise and fall of the Medellin Cartel and the role the Agents played in bringing down its notorious leader, the ‘King of Cocaine’. The evening’s discussion will shed light on their input into the hit Netflix series, where they will reveal information which does not feature in the show, followed by a Q&A session with the audience.

ON SALE WEDNESDAY 5TH JULY, 10am

£20 Advance Price

£25 Door Price

Mark Jacobs, Director at Outset Agency said: “This event will give Narcos fans and those interested in Pablo Escobar the opportunity to hear first-hand information from the two men who were instrumental in his takedown, and provide what we are sure will be a very insightful and unique evening.”

Javier Pena was brought up in Kingsville, Texas and in 1984 he joined the US DEA. Four years later the Retired Special Agent in Charge volunteered for an assignment in Bogota, Colombia. It was there that Pena and his partner, Special Agent Steve Murphy, set out to bring down the Medellin drug cartel and its leader Pablo Escobar.

Pena was awarded Colombia’s highest honour for his efforts and received commendation awards from the DEA and the wider international community. He is regarded as an expert on the subject of the Medellin Cartel.

Steve Murphy began his career in 1975 as a Police Officer in the City of Bluefield, West Virginia. In 1987, Murphy joined the DEA as a Special Agent and was assigned to Miami, Florida where the cocaine trade was exploding. In 1991, Special Agent Murphy was transferred to Bogota, Colombia. It was there that Murphy and his partner, Retired Special Agent Javier Pena, targeted the notorious narco-terrorist Pablo Escobar and the Medellin Cartel. Murphy received multiple honours and awards during his career, including ‘DEA Special Agent of the Year’ and the ‘Distinguished Service Cross’ from the Republic of Colombia.
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