Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Aug 21, 2016 20:57:45 GMT -5
My thoughts on the Landeros episode is that they were very accurate with the setting/location.
Now Landeros's case being talked about in detail show how narcissistic he is, it reminds me of Jason Brown in a way. He is a manipulator, he's smart, he's arrogant, he's very violent and may go on to do it again and i hope he's added to the 10 most wanted list as it'll put some heat on Landeros, and he fits the bill of a fugitive that would make it and his addition would make more sense though Diaz Juarez has a 50/50 chance of making it on.
Overall the episode went in great detail and they did a very spectacular job.
I feel like Jorge Landeros with his yoga teaching and foreign languages and poetry knowledge actually strikes me as The Hunt's version of AMW's Eric Rosenstrom. Someone who admittedly would have a unique and interesting personality if it weren't for the fact that they were also allegedly a cold blooded killer.
I also wouldn't be surprised if with his constant writings/phone calls to the Washington Post journalist and friends in the Bethesda area proclaiming his innocence if he called The Hunt's hotline to once again complain about how he's being portrayed. The journalist seemed to think it was about mocking the police, but my personal opinion is he has an ego and liked the attention. Which guilty or not is messed up considering his good friend is dead. I also wouldn't be surprised if he called that journalist again now that he's been on TV.
All we can do now is sit back and hope that if in Mexico the authorities will arrest him as quickly as possible, rather than the two years it took to get that initial provisional arrest warrant.
Last Edit: Aug 22, 2016 0:14:38 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
Zap2it.com confirms that the Sunday, September 4th episode of The Hunt (and probable season finale given that they're usually 8 episodes a season and no other fugitives are the tip link) will profile Anthony "Tony" Burroughs and William Jordan. The episode is titled "The Wanna-Be Gangster" which obviously is referencing the Burroughs case.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Aug 22, 2016 11:59:12 GMT -5
Honestly I do think he has it in him to call The Hunt's hotline only to taunt and say "you won't catch me" or something to that effect and then disappear. In the time he's kept a low profile (since May 2011) they've had the provisional arrest warrant issued and That's why he dropped contact altogether as he knew where they were going with all this.
Landeros is from Juarez so he likely has to be there but in the time since he last contacted everyone he may have left that area and went to some other part in Mexico where he is hiding in plain sight.
This case in about 2 months will be at the 6 year mark and still no Landeros, so it's important that he is brought in ASAP hopefully his airing on The Hunt will do its thing and bring in tips or maybe the FBI can use a couple resources to try and get this guy once and for all.
Post by Scumhunter on Aug 22, 2016 18:36:55 GMT -5
The problem is most Mexican captures don't happen in a day, it took two years to get the provisional arrest warrant. It already took years for just the provisional arrest warrant. Maybe with the added pressure it can become a quick capture, but we'll see...
Post by Scumhunter on Aug 28, 2016 19:06:38 GMT -5
Ugh. CNN isn't showing the Jorge Landeros rerun from last week and is commenting on "breaking news" that Donald Trump has a new immigration speech coming up on Wednesday. Regardless of party stance, how does this warrant pre-empting planned programming?
Nobody's dead, report it for a minute and move on to scheduled programming.
Post by Scumhunter on Aug 28, 2016 23:32:28 GMT -5
OK. Jennifer Puente episode was sad but very well produced. Feel terrible for Moriah's parents. A parent is never supposed to bury their child and it happened to them twice. And how long has Joe Alvarado been in jail because the guy still looked completely drugged out even four years afterwards. I hope Puente will be a quick capture or she'll see the writing on the wall and turn herself in. We shall see.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Sept 4, 2016 19:59:39 GMT -5
Okay I Caught up on the Jen Puente episode.
I have to agree the episode is very sad, honestly a beautiful & young girl like Moriah Gonzales shouldn't have been taken from this beautiful earth that way. I feel bad for the Gonzales family and honestly I just want to reach out to them and give them my condolences in person because they've been through a lot.
Now Jennifer Puente is the most disgusting human being alive.... I'm sorry but that's my opinion and I won't hold back, she is the worst of the worst like who says "I want to burn the bodies"? She seriously has a HUGGEE issue when she says crap like that, like I just can't see why she justified it because Moriah telling her she didn't have the blanks to do it and that she wasn't scared of dying, I don't blame Moriah I blame Jennifer because she decided to go straight to murdering her.
I'm beginning to wonder if Jennifer Puente may have committed suicide due to paranoia. But either way I hope she's alive so Moriah and her family can have some justice. Her family, Law enforcement that has worked on this case and We on the forum here are the voices for Moriah and let's continue to be that voice until Justice is served.
Post by Scumhunter on Sept 4, 2016 22:24:21 GMT -5
I doubt Jennifer Puente killed herself. She's a narcissistic, sociopathic murderess. But I can see her being killed by the dangerous people she likely surrounds herself with or even by her lifestyle such as a cocaine overdose. Let's hope she's still alive to see her face justice though.
As for the season finale, no complaints. William Jordan segmenrlt was surprisingly better and more interesting than I thought it would be. (Usually 30-year plus fugitives need an hour to tell a sufficient story.) Burroughs profile was the perfect length as well.
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Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Sept 4, 2016 23:34:13 GMT -5
Tonight's episode went well.
Borroughs should be an easy capture now that he's on the Marshals list and he's aired on Television where thousands if not millions have seen a display of his crime.
William Jordan on the other hand escaped and my question is... Are they really that stupid to put a murderer who was on death row years prior to be housed at a minimum security prison and be allowed to have the freedoms law abiding citizens have???
He had one last visit with his mother before disappearing into thin air. I want to say he fled to Mexico but at the same time I don't think He's there but i wouldn't be surprised if Jordan is still somewhere in the southeastern United States and I sure wouldn't be surprised if he is only a town away from where his mother lived either, but I have to say if he's still alive he may be captured soon since he's still in the states and you can only hide in the states long enough till your caught, just look at William Claybourne Taylor.
Post by Scumhunter on Sept 30, 2016 8:25:24 GMT -5
I don't want to get anyone's hopes up but I saw a social media posting of someone saying their Hunt episode airs this winter. Of course, by winter that means the show could start as late as March 21st, but it gives some hope the next season will be earlier than expected.
I saw an actor saying he is playing "Ken Canaday" in an upcoming episode of The Hunt. I looked and there was a fugitive named Kenneth Canaday who was a bail bondsman and convicted sex offender but he was apparently captured last year and looks nothing like the actor. So my guess is "Ken Canaday" might be an alias for Kenneth Cofer since we've discussed he might be profiled for The Hunt. And I really hope he is since both David Whetstone and Larry Buchanan's daughters desperately need answers.