Oh yeah I mentioned that possible lead in the previous post on this thread. I do find it weird why The Hunt never mentioned the possibility in their profile on Borup, then again it was a relatively short segment (like 15-20 minutes with commercials compared to the 30-60 minutes they usually give a fugitive)
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Mar 21, 2018 23:38:34 GMT -5
I rewatched the Mario Lozano/Donna Borup episode, and I think the reasons why the Goldsteins were not interviewed in person is because, 1. They may have passed away, 2. Neither one of them didn’t want to appear on camera because of they may have had a different reaction, and/or Officer Goldstein didn’t want to appear on camera because of his eye.
That being said, Borup, like Gang member and former Top Ten Fugitive Emigdio Preciado or Oregon Fugitive David Durham, she was violent, she had malicious intent and she ruined an officers life and career.
Highest Priority Case: Murder Victim, Alexandra (Alex) Anaya Missing Person: Ashley Summers Most Wanted #5: Frantz Dieudonne Most Wanted #4: Barrett Preston Busschau Most Wanted #3: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Bhadreshkumar Patel Most Wanted #2: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Rafael Caro-Quintero Public Enemy #1: FBI Most Wanted Terrorist: Saif Al-Adel
This is one of the cases I have done some extensive digging on along with Betty Ann Duke. One piece of information I have never been able to fully dissect is a raid that occurred in 1983 in New York. There was a tip that Borup might be hiding out there with two woman. While she wasn't found the FBI did arrest the two other women who had FLAN material and resisted arrest. They were "Joy Morgenstein" and "Charlene Gralilas". Based on my research these names are almost certainly aliases, the women don't exist outside of these few articles. (side note: there is another Joy M. from New Jersey but she moved out of the country in the 60s.) I can find articles about them getting bonded out on the charges but I can't find the case ever going to trial. Who were these women? The May 19 Communist and the Weatherman Underground utilized an extensive safe house/underground network, so my assumption is they were part of that in some way. I have never felt strongly about Cuba, I tend to lean more Central/South America.