Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 14, 2017 18:35:40 GMT -5
Also I think extraditing Yovany-Gomez would be easier than Flores, since he is an MS13 member and MS13 is transnational criminal organization which does drug trafficking. Someone on Flores' thread discussed why anyone would be extradited from Honduras and its for Terrorism and Drug Trafficking. Extradition is possible in this case if he's in Honduras and just with the fact that he's part of MS13 alone should be the basis for him to be arrested there, but the ultimate snag is a fearful police force that may not want to pick him up because the fear of retribution is real.
Post by Scumhunter on Apr 14, 2017 23:56:10 GMT -5
Those are actually some good points. Honduras has actually been extraditing fugitives back to the U.S. recently but mainly those wanted for drug-relatef crimes. If there is a drug angle to this case and Flores fled there, it could help. Although authorities now seem to believe he's in the states.
Last Edit: Apr 15, 2017 1:18:17 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
Like I said, i wanted to sort of stay away from politics on the site and the FBI's top 10 list except for off-topic but because of the President's controversial stance on illegal immigration, it's now sort of impossible. Gomez being an illegal and alleged MS-13 gang member represents the type of guy AG Sessions would like to go after, but it doesn't mean that's why the FBI picked him.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 25, 2017 0:04:18 GMT -5
Taking this idea from Donald Webb's discovery, but since Gomez has a vast network of fellow gang members and is skilled in construction and drywalling, Is it possible that like Webb he may be harbored by Fellow members and may be using a secret room or something very sophisticated to help him hide out?
Thank you for letting us know about this excellent capture fugitivesearch! Thankfully despite our fears about him fleeing to Central America, he was hiding out in Virginia at the very least recently if not during the majority of the past six years.