Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 10, 2016 21:25:59 GMT -5
Okay so now that we are about little more than halfway through the decade, I wanted to know which fugitives so far have been the best additions during the lovely 2010s. Now you may pick a maximum of 4 fugitives. I'll let you guys vote then I'll throw in my own.
Post by 912thamwuser on Apr 11, 2016 1:54:21 GMT -5
My votes were for:
Fidel "Tonorio" Urbina. When I named him my 3rd most wanted leftover AMW fugitive of '010, I knew that he raped a random woman and sexually murdered his own customer, but many of us agreed that Urbina was a likely suspect in the Juarez Serial Sexual Femicides, even if he was not the only perpetrator there.
Yaser Abdel Said. I see him as a Middle Eastern extremist second and a sexual predator and mass murderer first. The way he targeted Tissie Owens when she was still a teen makes it possible he could be preying on another teenager today. He stands out from other family killers for the graphic sexual abuses he's accused of, and he's even wanted for questioning in a murder in the Middle East. If I remember correctly, that 3rd victim had confronted him for killing his daughters and preying on children.
Myloh Jaqory Mason. A symbol of the FBI's renewed focus on recent cases that made for easy grabs. It was a great replacement for Semion "The Brainy Don" Yudkovich Mogilevich, who not only is beyond extradition, but at nearly 300 lbs, 7 decades old, and smoking all those cigars (hamaki), Mogilevich will probably die before he can get caught by authorities in any nation.
Brenda Berenice Delgado Reynaga. This new publicity made the difference in persuading Mexico to make the arrest and send her back. In the event she's guilty, Texas would have to commute her once-potential death sentence to lifer's row, but I'll be happy if she never leaves prison alive.
DD12: Esnel Jean, Jorge Walter Nunez-Paz, Alexis Flores, Juan Laureano-Arvizu, Tomas Magallon Gonzalez, Orson William Black, Frederick Cecil McLean, Jose Ramon Reyes-Sanchez, Emmanuel Polanco Vanderhorst, Taizhi Cui, Tyrom Walter Theis, Fernando Palomino. PE #1: Yaser Abdel Said
I mostly second 912th's picks, although it seems Myloh Mason was tracked down through investigative work- they FBI didn't need the top 10 list at all to catch him and it just happened to be he was on there, so I might replace Eric Toth since a tipster specifically recognized him from the list. (Although I do agree- the symbolism with Mason is important- replacing a fugitive who can't be extradited with a more recent one who can be caught).
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 11, 2016 9:22:05 GMT -5
Now here are my votes: (note I do agree with Mason's symbolism of being the replacement for a guy who had no chance of extradition)
William Bradford Bishop- wanted out of my home state of Maryland, he was also the fugitive I wanted added for a long time because what he did do his own family... His own children, that's something that shows the true brutality of the crime. Also since haven been added to the list gave the FBI more tips and leads on him even though they've been false hopes. I like his addition because basically you see a long time fugitive manhunt being reignited by being placed on the Ten Most wanted list and raising the stakes at $100,000.
Eric Matthew Frein- he has been the best and the most interesting of all additions second to Bishop. Frein was added 6 days after the shooting of the troopers which was the same day of the funeral of corporal Dickson. His unpredictable nature at the time and him being a real life Rambo was one of the factors he was added rather quickly. He was interesting because he lasted a significant amount of time on the run; a total of 48 days (42 on the list) so he wasn't the easiest nor was he the hardest. Now if I can recall correctly he is probably the only fugitive in the 2010s to have an increased reward at $175,000. This case shows how quickly they work to add a very dangerous individual, in order to put that persons crimes on the national spotlight.
Yaser Abdel Said- a very deserving man to be placed on the FBI ten list, he should be seen more on the aspect that he also was a child predator just as much as he is seen as a murderer but the added attention got Yaser one of the slots on Americas best list. Now a middle eastern extremist, he has the mentality of one, depending on how the story is told because some shows say it was because of the fact that Yaser Said did it because American values didn't match with his Egyptian expectations for his daughters and also The Hunt pointed out that the girls were a Pawn in Yasers financial desires and when they didn't want to marry the rich Egyptian men Yaser found for Sarah and Amina, he decided to cut them down in cold blood.
Brenda Berenice Delgado Reynaga- now she was Scumhunter and myself's biggest candidate for the list before she was added. Personally I had wished she would be added to just fill the vacant slot. Her capture and that of Myloh Mason hopefully makes up for the 6 wasted years of Mogilevich on the list She was added because the bureau needed to flush her out since it was a very high profile case. Delgado was a quick capture with only 2 days on list. Also the media had quite a hype with her in the news as they did with Eric Frein.
Post by Scumhunter on Apr 11, 2016 10:31:26 GMT -5
I feel the jury's still out on whether or not Brad Bishop was a good addition- initially after his crime yeah, great addition, but he was added nearly 40 years after the fact- they took a huge risk. If Bishop is captured and/or the mystery is solved and they discover where he died if he's dead, then yeah they made the right decision. But if they wind up removing him in 5-10 years because they weren't able to solve the Bishop case it will have proven to have been a mistake.
I have faith they'll solve the case, but I feel this is one of those additions where we honestly won't know how good or bad a choice it was for up to five and possibly more years. (It could always be solved earlier but I'd say 5-10 years will be the reflection/possible removal years).
It's not like Semion Mogilevich which we all agree was a dumb addition from the get go, but the jury's still out on Bishop.
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Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 11, 2016 10:47:33 GMT -5
The way it looked when they added Bishop was like adding a dying Fish to a fish bowl and it's uncertain if that fish will be okay (Bishop being caught or found deceased) or die (Bishop if never found). So I agree the jury is out on that.
Post by Scumhunter on Apr 21, 2016 20:26:30 GMT -5
About the additional murder Yaser was wanted for. According to the movie "The Price of Honor" it happened in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates where he lived briefly before moving to America in the 1990's and Sarah and Amina were his second and third victims. If I recall correctly it was some type of typical road rage argument and Yaser ran the man over with his car. His family's money was able to get him out of the situation.
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