I tweeted and Facebook messaged John Walsch's page to do a segment on the Richard Bocklage case as I personally believe it has a high chance of being solved. Is that the best I can do or is there another way to send in a suggestion?
I'd also message the In Pursuit show page as well:
Also, based on the comments on their posts, the show seems very responsive publicly to fan comments and suggestions. (they've replied to a few people who have publicly asked them to do a story on a particular case on their posts).
Somewhat off-topic but I figure I should clarify for those not sure what I'm referencing is I dialed America's Most Wanted's hotline number a few years ago out of curiosity to see if it was still in use even though the show was cancelled and learned I swear by accident that the number for 1800crimetv (1-800-274-6388) was now an adult chat line.
I don't know if it still is but I take it that it was very confusing for those who didn't know AMW was cancelled and still called to report a fugitive:
If they said they were going to profile Jihad Amir Ramadan this winter, I think this is his episode.
DD12: Esnel Jean, Jorge Walter Nunez-Paz, Alexis Flores, Gilberto Juarez-Hernandez, Juan "Chaquatin" Laureano-Arvizu, Tomas Magallon Gonzalez, Frederick Cecil McLean, Jose Ramon "Angel" Reyes-Sanchez, Emmanuel Polanco Vanderhorst, Taizhi Cui, Tyrom Walter Theis, Fernando Palomino. PE #1: Yaser Abdel Said
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jan 11, 2019 4:45:39 GMT -5
In Pursuit’s format looks like it’s more down to earth with Callahan giving the victims families interviews, I really like how Callahan is more involved based on the previews.
Highest Priority Case: Murder Victim, Alexandra (Alex) Anaya Missing Person: Ashley Summers Most Wanted #5: Frantz Dieudonne Most Wanted #4: Barrett Preston Busschau Most Wanted #3: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Bhadreshkumar Patel Most Wanted #2: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Rafael Caro-Quintero Public Enemy #1: FBI Most Wanted Terrorist: Saif Al-Adel