Journalist Francisco Pérez Abellán has died this morning at 64 in Madrid, as reported by Digital Freedom, a medium with which he has collaborated for years. As the newspaper has confirmed by sources close to the family, the mortal remains of the journalist have been transferred to the San Isidro Park in Madrid.
Pérez Abellán began his journalistic career in the newspaper 'Pueblo' and subsequently worked for 'Diario 16' in the local information section.
In addition, he was a contributor to programs such as'Tonight we cross the Mississippi', with Pepe Navarro; 'Martian Chronicles', of Javier Sardá o 'Fourth millenium', of Iker Jiménez. He also presented the program 'Caso Abierto' on Libertad Digital TV and participated in 'Detrás de la verdad', with Patricia Betancort and David Alemán.
"I received the news of the sudden death of Paco Pérez Abellán, a friend more than 20 years ago, and I do not want to believe it … Master of journalists, so affectionate always with us, so willing to row for the course of the ship. We have been one of the biggest, I am desolate, "the presenter confessed Iker Jiménez through your Twitter account.
I received the news of the sudden death of Paco Pérez Abellán. Friend more than 20 years ago. And I do not want to believe it. Master of journalists. So affectionate always with us. So willing to row for the ship's course.
We have gone one of the largest. I am desolate. pic.twitter.com/Upe9PyJt9q
– Iker Jiménez (@navedelmisterio) December 28, 2018
The journalist and deputy director of 'Cuarto Milenio' Carmen Porter has assured that "the great" Pérez Abellán was one of the first to trust her for their programs. "Master of teachers has left us a reference for all of us who love the journalism of the old school," he underlined.
The great Paco Perez Abellán was one of the first to trust me for his programs !!! Teacher of teachers has left us a reference for all of us who love old school journalism !!! Good trip Paco and do not worry that we will continue taking care of @FPCaballero
– Carmen Porter (@carmenporter_) December 28, 2018
He was a regular contributor to ' It's Federico's morning', beside Federico Jiménez Losantos, where he had the section ' Black Chronicle', which dealt with topics of great media coverage, such as the investigation of the Ciudad Lineal pedophile or the murder of the Asunta girl.
In relation to his facet as a writer, Pérez Abellán is the author of more than twenty books such as' Diccionario de asesinos', 'Violador. An infamous power over women ',' Chronicle of black Spain ',' They kill better ',' The Lord of Crimes'. 'How to defend against the worst murderers' or 'Kill Prim'.
Their investigations about the world of crime They received distinctions such as Criminologist of Honor, Detective of Honor and Best Investigative Journalist of the College of Detectives of Catalonia. He was a member and member of the Scientific Committee of the Spanish Society of Criminology and Forensic Sciences.
After hearing the news of the death of the journalist, the president of the Popular Party, Pablo Casado, has conveyed his condolences. "A big hug to the family and friends of Paco Pérez Abellán for his sad death, a journalist of recognized prestige, a close man and much loved by his colleagues, who has important distinctions in his professional career".