Post by HeadMarshal on Apr 24, 2016 15:56:51 GMT -5
About speculating on who the next FBI Top Tenner will be, also look at FBI official press releases. Sometimes they do a press release on a wanted fugitive when no poster exists on the fugitives section on the website. They did that with Fidel Urbina when they were still referring to him as "Lorenzo Maes".
You know who I'm surprised isn't on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted, or at least isn't discussed too often? Jose Badillo. He's a former cop from Oklahoma who is accused of sexually assaulting a child. He also allegedly took the child to Mexico for even more sexual abuse. And, curiously, his wanted poster is missing from the FBI's website, and as far as I can tell, he hasn't been caught.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 24, 2016 17:53:42 GMT -5
Patel would be more appropriate for the list but that Jose Badillo guy you brought up Pakman is a really bad man. But we'll see who the FBI adds. I guess the next addition will be in June or July since it took the FBI some time.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 26, 2016 14:28:51 GMT -5
Yeah I feel ya, this guy is the lowest of the low I'll tell you. But I'll say this, he's definitely going to be the next guy added and the nation will be look at this guy in disgust. Also this is breaking news so I see him being added probably soon like I said. Also the federal warrant was issued on the 22nd
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 26, 2016 14:36:35 GMT -5
For me as well man. I always said with since I began making Lepriceton Burks as one of my candidates I always thought it'd be good to have a California fugitive on the list but this guy takes the cake big time. Also I think the FBI will be adding him, it's a breaking news case and it is sorta the same theme with Myloh Mason in how they added them quickly since this one is said to be mentally unstable. Also I wouldn't be surprised if he makes the list this week.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on May 4, 2016 18:47:14 GMT -5
After reading on a few past ten most wanted fugitives, I realized the FBI should definitely take its time when it comes to adding a new fugitive.
Remembering the whole Adam Mayes situation (this week 4 years ago now, my goodness how fast time passes) how I was all over the news when it occurred and felt very anxious about that situation since it involved children.
I never would have expected that Mayes would replace Bulger since I believed he would have been caught quickly.
It was that exact case that got me to think, it's okay for the agency to take its time and replace a fugitive because we don't know if some nut decides to go on a spree(God forbid) and in order to bring publicity we need to add that person to the ten list quickly.
Breaking news cases like Adam Mayes and Eric Matthew Frein from experience I say this and basically it gives you this intensity that makes you stay on top of those cases every minute, the other fugitives on the FBI top ten just seem to take a back seat like they aren't as high of a priority at that moment, and that's when you know things are getting serious.
On the night of May 8th 2012 after watching the news My then 8th grade self couldn't tolerate what Mayes was doing, it just made me think if the girls were actually okay or if he had done something else with them.
So the next day he is placed on the ten most wanted list where he remained for 29 hours and I was just in shock, the guy I wanted caught so badly replaced a fugitive who had been on the list my entire sleuthing career which was something that had to be done and was justified.
Mayes would then go on to kill himself and the 2 young girls would be recovered thankfully, but after reading every article that has emerged during and after that manhunt, I'm glad that dude is where he is now man.
Now in 2014 basically myself along with many of us had 2 long awaited fugitives added to the list, William Bradford Bishop and Yaser Said and as a result for having added them we paid the price in 2015 with having no captures therefore explains why there is so much hype to catch a fugitive and replace them, but I'm actually grateful the FBI takes their time to add someone because you'll never know if a deranged physco who really deserves a is the next one to be placed rather than an FBI site fugitive also it emphasizes the fact that this list is the most beautiful tool to bring in fugitives and we should be very grateful it exists and is credited with 475 captures.
There's no rhyme or reason as to when the FBI decides to add a new fugitive to its' top 10 list. It could take a few weeks or up to year. But sometimes it is a good when a slot is open for a while for the Eric Frein and Adam Mayes-type cases.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on May 4, 2016 19:49:32 GMT -5
That's why this list is such a beautiful tool, honestly it's great to speculate about potential top tenners since that's what we do as well as sleuths.
But often we can't predict what Frein/Mayes type of individuals are capable of personally I'm glad Mayes went the way he did and Frein I'm glad is awaiting trial, but let's see where the ten list goes moving forward.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on May 11, 2016 16:54:34 GMT -5
This guy seems more than likely he'll make it onto the list soon if not caught because this is a case of your typical mad man walking around with an AK- 47, And now having it lived a breaking news manhunt it first hand I personally don't want to take chances with public safety and putting the community in jeopardy especially since a tornado had just hit the area yesterday.