Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Mar 27, 2016 16:29:42 GMT -5
I understand it's Sunday and all lol and Leprinceton Burks fits that bill his crime involved a child and well that's a very good point you made that in the death of a child means a fugitive is automatically a candidate and never thought of it that way.
Post by Scumhunter on Mar 27, 2016 16:59:39 GMT -5
Perhaps. A lot of times those hidden seeking information fugitives turn out to be more prominent later on however the reward is only $1,000 at the moment. Even from the get go, the ones at the top of their list have a higher bounty than that. (Hey, I wouldn't mind $1,000 dollars lol but compared to other fugitives on the list it's a low reward amount).
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 10:23:52 GMT -5
Don't know how likely the current "Case of the Week" has a chance of making it to the big list since he's wanted for possession of a fire arm. He's the 1 of 2 fugitives wanted on weapons charges in the violent crimes section and the other being wanted from Virginia.
Well, Alexander Hill Jr. made the FBI's website last year and he was only listed as wanted for child pornography despite being the prime suspect in a quadruple homicide. So perhaps there is more than just the weapons charges that the FBI isn't revealing.
I also think perhaps it's looked into too much when the FBI adds a new case to it's site. The fact that they added it to the site and not the Top 10 list is pretty much an indication that they added them specifically for whatever section they put them in at the moment.
Most of the recent top 10 additions (Yaser Said, Jose Guevara) were in one of the sections of the website for at least a year or more before they were added, and the others such as Juan Elias Garcia, Myloh Mason, etc.. weren't even on the website. Fidel Urbina had an information flyer about two years before.
I will say Brenda Delgado strikes me as someone who should buck that trend and Luis Macedo as well. But if the FBI adds a new fugitive soon, it will in my opinion (with the exception of Delgado or Luis Macedo) be likely to be someone who's spent at least six months on the website if not more. Or someone not on there.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 11:01:51 GMT -5
Bhadreshkumar Patel is likely and if they are holding the addition this long it's because last April is when Bhadreshkumar Patel killed his wife and chances are he's going to be the guy they'll add and on the 1 year anniversary if not caught. But correct me if I'm wrong but Myloh Mason had actually been on the violent crimes section before he made the list.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 11:28:46 GMT -5
Yeah I'm not real certain but I do think I came across him on the website in particular violent crimes sections. But anyone that's been recently added to the Murders section is a likely candidate. Also another crimes against children fugitive likely to be added is Domingo Maye he seems pretty likely and very recent. He fled Pinellas County Florida (where he's wanted out of) in November 2015 and fled to Mexico because they had begun an investigation on him. So yeah I noticed we haven't really talked about Maye that much
Oh yeah, I keep forgetting about Walter Williams and keep thinking they haven't added a child crimes fugitive since Eric Toth so I'm going to need to correct myself on that one LOL. But yeah still it's been since 2013 so I'd say a child crimes fugitive is a good possibility.
I just realized Leprinceton Burks in my opinion also has a good chance in my opinion so that's three very likelies (Delgado, Macedo, Burks) I've identified so perhaps never mind what I said about top tenners not being recent LOL.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 11:45:04 GMT -5
Nearly 3 years now since Williams' addition and I think we're due for a crimes against children fugitive. The current list is filled with murders.... Well unless you count Yaser Said as a crimes against children fugitive as well. But I will say this not to sound like I'm an expert but I perdicted the FBI would add Eric Frein and got it right and predicted he would be replaced by Yaser Said and again got it right... So perhaps over looking at the candidates on the FBI site does work. Now it's better to wait a while for a new fugitive because it may be someone interesting or easy to capture.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 11:47:40 GMT -5
I'm totally with you on the 3 likelies although being High Profile is the reason I pick Brenda Delgado as my top candidate and she hasn't been case of the week since she's been added to the site. Now I'm gonna think the FBI will throw a curveball and add someone like Josephine Overraker, she has been on the run about 10 years now and had been case of the week a while back so who knows.
I feel like they'd add San Diego before Josephine Overaker since he's wanted for similar crimes and is more high profile but you are right that the FBI could always throw a curveball and add someone of that nature. I don't think any of us saw Brad Bishop coming, for example.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 15:58:45 GMT -5
Well Bishop was one heck of a surprise I'll tell you that and off topic but the FBI, the Montgomery County police department and also the state department formed the Brad Bishop task force to catch him in the spring of 2013 and they got a world renown forensics artist to make the bust and of course the same day they unveiled it. Anyways back to Overraker and San Diego, now I will say that the FBI will likely add San Diego, but the reason I said Josephine Overraker is because she is unsuspecting to be added and the bureau from time to time throws a curveball that surprises us.The FBI is convinced she's in Spain and also in the "Wanted by the FBI" segment they did on her they stated that she fled after Operation: Backfire ( an operation in Dec. 05 to take out several of Overrakers co- conspirators in the arson of a Colorado ski resort) and also the FBI said she is fluent in Spanish. Overraker won't make the top ten list IMO especially a Domestic Terrorist or a most wanted Terrorist and if they do its a very slim chance. but Now talking Daniel San Diego, he is the smallest fish in a bowl of big fish, he is too overrated for the most wanted terrorist list and if and when he is added he will stand 2nd to Gerena in terms of reward. Now I probably said this before but Brown and San Diego have a lot in common and it's their average looks, that have kept both on the run for a decade now. Now I'm going to stick with Brenda Delgado as my preferred candidate because she is high profile and how it all unfolded last fall in Dallas and as I said earlier she hasn't been case of the week yet since she was added to the site on 2/26/16 so that gives me an indication she's likely who they'll add her. Now I ask you, does Delgado meet the criteria in your opinion?