Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 16:22:17 GMT -5
Well Scumhunter 4 of your 5 predictions are mine as well Kumar, Delgado, Burks and Macedo are my likely predictions and Nelio Sotomayor and Cesar Munguia on the violent crimes section and Domingo Maye on the Crimes against children section are also my 3 other predictions. My wild card would have to be Huy Quoc Cao.
Now I'll be honest, since the FBI is holding the replacement fugitive this long I'm likely thinking it's going to be Bhadreshkumar Patel and they'll place him on the one year anniversary which is coming up in a few weeks. Now the others like Macedo would be very interesting to add since he's been on the run for a few years and I wonder if he would be caught soon. Burks would be perfect because of his sick crime and also because he's connected to gang members which makes him a menace, also the list needs a crimes against children fugitive now, he didn't flee the country so he'd be an easy capture. Brenda Delgado reminds me of former rookie cop and captured fugitive Henry Solis, I feel she's going to be on the list for no more than 2 months before they nab her. Now Cesar Munguia is wanted for robbery is wanted for a series of armed robberies in the Yonkers area and Nelio Sotomayor is more like the Christopher Ponce of the FBI, he killed a woman while driving under the influence in December 2010 in Pennsylvania. Domingo Maye is Recent and they'll probably like to speak with him so he'll be likely. Now Scumhunter tell me your reasons for why you predicted the ones you just told me about?
1. Bhadreshkumar Patel- In addition to the brutal crime he committed, and the international reach of the list, he's someone whose publicity from being on the list would help towards his capture. Has arguably made the most headlines and mainstream media of any of the candidates I listed (Brenda Delgado perhaps has more but it's debatable).
2. Brenda Delgado- High publicity case, added publicity could flush her out of hiding in Mexico.
3. Bruce Sawhill- FBI hasn't added a child crimes fugitive in a while and seems really desperate to catch him.
4. Leprinceton Burks- Would also be a child crime fugitive of shorts, could be a dangerous sex trafficker, recent case.
5. Luis Macedo- FBI had a flyer then added him to the website similar to what happened to Fidel Urbina.
Also, I know this is cheating but I'd like to add wild card #2 LOL- Alfonso Diaz-Juarez, who has had multiple press releases and reward increases done by the FBI. Usually a sign he's a candidate to be a top tenner.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 16:38:59 GMT -5
Interesting case you made for Delgado and Patel. Leprinceton Burks' case may definitely turn into a sex trafficking case for sure, and not a lot of California fugitives have been placed lately, since 2013. Bruce Sawhill I can't lie it angers me his victim committed suicide and I'll say it I hope they do add him. I will point out that both Macedo and Urbina are wanted out of the Chicago field office. Also no worries your not cheating it's best we put down our candidates and I will say that Alfonso Diaz-Juarez does seem likely and he's got a pretty huge reward as of now, but I wonder how much that reward will be if and when he is added and you make a huge point about the reward being doubled twice because the same happened to Yaser Said. But I can say that because Delgado hasn't been case of the week since she was added to the site is a likely sign he may land on the top ten list. But I agree Alfonso Diaz-Juarez is bad enough to make it
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 17:29:28 GMT -5
Oh yes that's true and perhaps the things they did right up to Urbinas addition is the same for what they might be planning for Macedo which is what I wanted to say when I said they are both wanted from the same field office because in Chicago they must have slowly been trying to put Macedos face out there and boom he hits the big list. But I will say Macedo would be a pretty good addition, he has a lot of the common traits of the elusive 9 but let's hope he doesn't last as long as the elusive 9.
Mason was just lucky he didn't kill anyone. The FBI were obviously concerned he was only one robbery away from a homicide. And you let a guy like that eligible for bond, no matter how unlikely it is he'd actually be able to pay it, and it's ridiculous to me.
But yeah good observation, usually they have a captured photo somewhere, the FBI website or elsewhere.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 19:53:09 GMT -5
Oh yeah which is why again I'm glad Mogilevich was removed and replaced by Mason. Now the reason I found the arrest records was because I was searching for a capture mugshot of him to see if he changed his appearance, but had no luck.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 19:58:19 GMT -5
Pretty much lol and By the way I was wondering what would happen to Eduardo Ravelo if and when marijuana is ever legalized. I'm very curious... I know he'll lose some business and he'll still be on the list because he has ordered contract killings.
Yeah, exactly, Ravelo is allegedly responsible for countless murders, so he's still on the hook for those. It's a good question for other cases though, such as fugitives wanted for only marijuana trafficking/possession and nothing else. (I personally feel marijuana should be legalized, taxed, and regulated just like alcohol is but I also do not condone any of the traffickers such as Ravelo, Guzman, etc's actions and they all need to be in jail).
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Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 2, 2016 20:13:39 GMT -5
I agree marijuana needs to be taxed and regulated so there aren't idiots like Guzman and Ravelo getting rich in a negative way and killing people they want to take out. Guzman and Ravelo have ordered countless murders and Ravelo himself killed a person, so yes these men have blood on their hands even with drugs legalized They'll still have a reason to chase Ravelo. hear this... Ravelo and the barrio aztecas will lose profit, Ravelo will try resorting to extortion, but unless those under him turn against Ravelo. The legalization will be Ravelos undoing, which should make him an easy capture if and when it's legalized in Mexico, and the United States.