Pablo Escobar kept a group of young men he called “Los Señuelos” (“señuelo” is any device used to deceive and trap a person), and these were the men in charge of getting Escobar young women, virgins, between the ages of 14 and 17 by offering them a wad of bills, small cars, even low-income housing. The girls remained with the drug lord for four or five days of sexual escapades and booze.
But fearing the girls were spilling details of his whereabout to authorities, he had them killed. In all, forty-nine young were murdered this way.
This is revealed in Colombian writer, Germán Castro Caycedo’s, new book, Operation Pablo Escobar.