I'm assuming this is specifically who will specifically replace Robert Van Wisse as these are older cases. Although not always the case based on past history one can assume two of the three currently empty slots will go to the newer cases while the Ban Wisse a lot could potentially be a cold case spot.
I have no arguments except to say the FBI never added a non-murder suspect (besides Myloh Mason) during Comey's tenure.
It was revealed after his capture that Daniel Chafe was considered for the top 10 list, but that consideration could have happened during Mueller's tenure.
However there is a new director now so we'll see what happens. Technically all a director has to do is say yes or no to a choice but even so there always seems to sometimes be a theme or trend with some director tenures as to who gets picked. (One decade it's domestic terrorism another time it's drug traffickers etc...)
These are indeed fugitives I’ve selected that I think could replace Robert Van Wisse. Now that you mentioned Daniel Chafe, I personally would like to see an Edward Harper style fugitive (cold case CAC) added to the list. (Chafe reminded me of Harper but I never knew nor thought he was considered)
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Sept 23, 2017 0:52:30 GMT -5
Decided to draw up my list before the holidays and with the recent opening of 2 slots.
Potential Top Ten Contenders
To replace Robert Van Wisse:
* Cold Cases:
— Barrett Preston Busschau; wanted for the molestation of 5 minor girls in Oregon since 1993
Justification for Addition: He is still very young at 42 years old and the case is a complete stranger to everyone, which means publicity is needed.
— Gerardo Beltran; Catholic Priest wanted for molesting 4 minors in California in 1992, arrested in Mexico in 2008 and regrettably released.
Justification for Addition: He is a Catholic priest who can easily earn the trust of parents and he has been caught while on the run.
— Jeffrey Dean McDaniel; wanted for repeated sexual contact with his relative, fled to Mexico and got her pregnant through the coarse of 1998-2000.
Justification for Addition: An individual that seems to not have any sort of moral boundaries, likely to be reoffending with more victims.
— Jacob Maldonado; Wanted for the Murder of his mother’s boyfriend in Chicago in 2000.
Justification for Addition: An appropriate cold case Chicago may want to add and close the book, after the captures of Fidel Urbina and Luis Macedo in recent years.
— Daniel Min Suh; Wanted for the murder of a 16 year old in a gang related shooting at a shopping mall in Georgia in 1999.
Justification for Addition: Shot a 16 year old in cold blood and renewed interest and publicity will crack the case.
— Cesar Carlos Castaneda; Wanted for his involvement in a burglary of a man’s home in Texas in 1995.
Justification for Addition: At a young age he used deception to murder at man and will be almost 40 years old which means he’s still a young buck, so he isn’t dying anytime soon.
— Bruce Sawhill; Wanted for molesting a girl in Missouri in the early 2000s.
Justification for Addition: The only Crimes against Children that resulted in a suicide, makes it the most heartbreaking of that section.
— Sukhrob Davronov; Wanted for murdering his friend at a backyard Barbecue Party in Chicago in 2005.
Justification for Addition: From Personal opinion, I don’t believe he’s in Uzbekistan because of the poor human rights abuses and lack of civil liberties under the autocratic presidency of Islam Karimov from 1991 until his death in 2016, so Davronov may still be in the United States living in an Uzbek community.
— Shadia Muse; Wanted for murdering her newborn baby in Ohio in 2004.
Justification for Addition: Everyone has a hunch she may be in the Midwest or Toronto and may stand out on the Top Ten it added.
— Steven Eugene Clifford; Wanted for raping 11 women from 1998-2002 in California.
Justification for Addition; A high victim count and is believed to have fled the country.
* Wild cards:
Jesús Favela Astorga; The remaining fugitive in the wider conspiracy in the murder of Border Agent Brian Terry in 2010.
Justification for Addition: He was Removed from the FBI website after the capture of one of his accomplices in April 2017, also he’s wanted for a crime against a law enforcement officer.
Rene F. Ramirez; Wanted for possession, receipt and trafficking of child pornography via computers from 2007-2009 in New York.
Justification for Addition: Since He is a fugitive similar to Eric Toth and is skilled at computers, he can easily access computers and reoffend wherever he may be. Plus he wears glasses and has a somewhat Asian look (not to be racist) despite being born in Mexico.
Leslie Charles Dawson; Wanted for escaping from a prison in Oregon where he was serving sentence for raping juveniles in 1986.
Justification for Addition: New images emerged of him from 1991 or 1992, and The Hunt with John Walsh will air his case in October, so its possible they’ll mention a possible lead that led to those photos if that’s what happened
There are currently three open slots on the top 10 list. Logic would say two of the three spots will likely to go to newer fugitives, while the third will be the "wild card" where they can afford to take a chance with a cold case.
I'd have no problems if they chose Beltran although I get more of a top 10 vibe from Busschau.
Whoa you get a Top Ten vibe with Busschau? (I won’t lie I do as well)
The good thing is Beltran was arrested once while on the run, and they have images available of him from 2004/2005.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Sept 20, 2017 16:58:24 GMT -5
I’m going to switch one cold case crimes against fugitive for another when it comes to fbi top ten contenders. I’ve been on the record saying Barrett Busschau may be added, but remembering this case basically changes my opinion completely. This case would be a great return to the Top 10 adding CAC cases, plus he is a catholic priest and he stands out quite a lot.
Beltran is a cold case fugitive known to be in Mexico because he’s been arrested and through investigation is known to be in southern Mexico, which is the state of Chiapas.
Beltran is dangerous because he is/was a catholic priest and his position gives him access to vulnerable children and even teens.
Also these images are from 2005 and an article going in depth about this case.
Here is the NCMEC missing child poster for Irma, she recently turned 14 as of this posting date.
Technically, Irma might not be in danger regarding her relationship with her boyfriend, I'm assuming this was legal despite their age difference if he had a kid with her, laws vary from state to state perhaps he wasn't 18 when they started dating or something.
However, it is not safe for her or her boyfriend if they are in Mexico because of the danger there from drug cartels, human trafficking kidnappings for money etc...
Her boyfriend according to one article is from Guatemala City, Guatemala, so there is a good possibility there too. But clearly if she heads down there, she'll encounter a lot of danger as you mentioned Scumhunter.