I don't know why, but I feel like this guy would be an easier catch than most other fugitives on The Hunt. If he were to be spotted in Mexico or some other central/south american country, how would that extradition work?
Depends on which Central or South American country since some are on friendlier terms with us than others.
On Walsh's former show America's Most Wanted the main problem with Mexico and extradition specifically was they would only arrest/extradite in some cases if they had a specific definitive address. Several fugitives such as Desiree Lingo-Perkins had basically the neighborhood they were believed to be in pinpointed for years but Mexico wouldn't do anything until they had the exact house or address they were staying in. They won't investigate for us if more detail is needed.
I assume it could be the case with other countries as well.
Last Edit: Sept 9, 2017 0:28:21 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Sept 9, 2017 2:43:09 GMT -5
Well I just found some weird new information about this case and it turns out Jorge Landeros wrote a book called "Yoga Para Juarez" ( Translation Yoga For Juarez) and this has to be him as he is from Juarez and was known to be there in 2010/2011