Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Feb 14, 2016 19:39:55 GMT -5
Yes and the whole world will converge there for the olympics this summer, it's the perfect storm in a way, you have people coming from basically all over the world to see these olympics and there is some very alert tourists needing $100,000
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 18, 2016 13:50:07 GMT -5
I could see the FBI probably bringing added attention to this case to finally capture him. The guy is lost deep in South America I assume and the further south you go the better it is to hide. Personally Argentina or Brazil strike me since they are huge criminal hubs or are far south and especially Argentina it's a great place to get lost in.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Apr 18, 2016 13:56:15 GMT -5
He is and he is long overdue. The FBI should do a bust of him or try to increase a reward though not significantly huge but about $50,000 more.
Now With the Argentina theory, I feel if Godwin felt confident he probably fled to the Falkland Islands, a group of British territories 300 miles off the coast of Argentina. Checking out the capital city of Stanley or its outskirts and wondered if Godwin is hiding there so people won't suspect a thing.
Post by Scumhunter on May 19, 2016 15:05:39 GMT -5
Glen Godwin has been removed from the FBI's Top 10 list although he's still on their website in the additional violent crimes section with now a $20,000 as opposed to $100,000 reward. He will be moved to the fugitives on tv from the 80's section as a result.
As serious as his crimes were, and unlike Semion Mogilevich probably living in a country where we can have him extradited, I guess the FBI figured after 20 years they wanted to replace him with a more recent and catchable fugitive.