Post by Scumhunter on Feb 15, 2016 10:59:09 GMT -5
The FBI has caught white collar fugitives recently- James Hammes and Aubrey Lee Price come to mind. Semion Mogilevich was only a white collar fugitive in technicality- we all know the real reason was he was the alleged head of the Russian mob.
I would have to respectfully disagree that white collar fugitives don't make the best choices, just they need to take into account whether the fugitives are likely in countries that extradite or not.
American Greed: The Fugitives has had a few captures (including Hammes) and so that proves with public recognition any fugitive can be captured.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Feb 15, 2016 11:33:43 GMT -5
Well yes I do agree with u now lol I mean Aubrey Lee Price and James Hammes were great captures and well now I'm considering the Dimitrions as contenders for the list and it has been taken into account they are still in the states and publicity is what helps these fugitives get caught... Also Is there any chance they'll be on season 3 or the hunt? I know they were suppose to have been on for season 2.
Post by HeadMarshal on Jul 6, 2016 19:09:11 GMT -5
Interesting bit of information, the FBI homepage lists French and Spanish language wanted posters for the Dimitrion's. They would only do that if they believed that the two might be in a country that speaks one or both of those languages.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 6, 2016 19:14:44 GMT -5
Off topic but the FBI also still Elby Hars headlined on their CAC section.... Anyways that's a good call there HeadMarshal, perhaps they listed those posters as they want people in Canada and Mexico on high alert if they think someone happens to see them in those countries. They'll fit perfectly anywhere to tell ya the honest truth.
My feeling is the Dimitrions are in the U.S. and they're in either a big city like Las Vegas or Miami to continue their "glamour" lifestyle or in California (where I feel they'd blend in and some cities especially in Southern California have the same laid back lifestyle as Hawaii). However, considering the crazy way they got into the U.S. in the first place, it is possible they hatched yet another escape to another country.
Last Edit: Jul 6, 2016 19:28:09 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
Also, not to be a downer, but it seems like the Dimitrions might not be punished that harshly even if caught. Apparently their escape was shocking to their attorney because he claims Julianne was looking at no prison time while John was only looking at a year or so. Obviously, their punishments will more likely now be harsher if caught since they chose to flee, but I'm not sure how much harsher. However, for the victims, I'm sure they just want some sense of punishment, even if lighter than deserved, than no punishment at all.