Natalia Castro, the daughter of the former senator of the Historical Pact, Piedad Córdoba, had no problem telling SEMANA the details of her mother’s last moments of life on Saturday, January 20, when her voice disappeared.
The young journalist, who supports Córdoba in reviewing and editing all the publications published in his social networks, confessed that his mother “lives a very stressful life. He, in fact, has been very worried for the past few days,” he told SEMANA.
La Negra, as those who knew him called him, did not hide the differences that arose with his family after the arrest of Córdoba and the subsequent extradition.
In that interview, he said that he could not speak to his brother in the United States. Do you know what the saddest and saddest thing is? That my family believes that what happened to my brother is my fault, for persecuting me. It’s very difficult,” he said.
In other words, do you have a problem with your family? SEMANA asked him.
“But of course, we are very united,” he said.
“In other words, the family recriminated him, they rejected what happened. They told him ‘it’s your fault, Piedad’, this media outlet quoted him as saying.
Natalia Castro, the daughter and right-hand woman of the former senator, referred only to the last days of her mother and insisted that she observed that she was very worried. However, he did not go into detail about the factors that may have contributed to his condition.
Regarding the causes of death, Castro Córdoba told SEMANA that the National Institute of Legal Medicine did not provide the family with the results of the autopsy. For this reason, he suffered cardiac arrest, as reported by the doctors.
“What happened was very painful,” Natalia admitted to SEMANA.
Natalia, who stayed the afternoon of this Monday, January 22, in the Congress, where the body of Piedad Córdoba lay in a burning room, did not want to separate herself from her mother for a minute, and neither he did it. in life. The same thing happened to Juan Luis, his brother, the former congressman of the Green Alliance.
“I remember her as a warrior woman, in great struggles, a woman who loves her country, her people, who always gives everything, a humble woman, very happy, dreamer, entrepreneur. In short , the best mom in the world,” Natalia described.