Any given day (2010-2012)
– Living for the moment in Medellin’s new drug war –
A family of a gang member in Medellin's notorious neighborhood. It is difficult for him to go out as the border with rival gang groups is just a step away from where he lives.
A father of the victim, who was shot dead by gang members in Medellin stands in front of his son's corps. His son was 22 years old and became a police officer 2 months ago. Father looked like as if he already knew this happens. The father said "take a brea
A 30 years old hit-man is sitting and looking at his gun. He started fighting as a leftist guerrilla fighter (FARC) when he was 15. He became a hit-man after he left FARC.
A mother of one of the gang members in Medellin. "I cannot tell much to my son. I know there is not much opportunity to have a decent life if you are born in this neighborhood, though I hoped he could find different way of life."
A mother and a sister in law of one of the gang members of Medellin's slum are take care of her daughter who had hydrocephalus.
A young boy and his older friend living in one of the slum areas in Medellin sing rap music on the bus to make little money to help their family.
3 suspects of a murgder waiting for the examination of gun powder to make clear who actually shot and killed a victim.
A body of a 6 years old kid lygin on the morgue at a hospital in Medellin. he was shot by the cross fire while rival gang groups started fighting. There are many victims killed in the crossfire.
An officer of judicial police that collect the bodies that are found everyday in Medellin. Sometimes they are also threaten and shot by gangstars.
Night scene of one of the slum areas in Medellin. Some gangstars in the neighborhood patrol at night to protect the neighborhood from other gang groups.
Pictures of women that were inside the pocket of one of the gangstars who was shot deat on the street in one of the slum areas in Medellin.
before the autopsy, doctors look at the profile of one of the gangstars who was shot dead by the rival gang group.
Bodies of the victims in Medellin's morgue for autopsy. Everyday, 10 to 20 people are killed and sent to the morgue.