I would like to hear more about how Webb died and how he went undetected for 19 years before he did die but I agree. Cold Cases like this have the potential to go forever unsolved, so it is a big sigh of relief that they did find his body.
Today basically takes the 35 + years of burden away and it gives me renewed hope that Victor Gerena, Brad Bishop and other cold cases have a chance to see a close. July 14, 2017 is the day we finally found Webb and got closure for the Adams family and a community that's really needed it.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 14, 2017 23:05:29 GMT -5
I am glad to finally post this picture, since the fugitive has been on the run since before I was born. I'm glad they found this f***er and it turns out he was eventually located, so that's one case closed.
i guess anything is possible, it would be a unique case and different from the other types of cases that make the list.
Exposure like that could flush him out as his body count (though it was an accident) is at 110 and the public will act quick especially in this case and a potential addition has the possibility of forcing Valenzuela to surrender.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 13, 2017 12:23:20 GMT -5
If the FBI wanted to add a cold case fugitive to their Ten Most Wanted list, could Valenzuela make the cut?
It's an air disaster that left 110 people dead and 2 of the defendants were acquitted because they stayed, but Valenzuela is being sought because lied to the federal Gov't, Hazardous materials being hauled and destroyed the environment in the Everglades where the plane crashed and they probably spent a sh** ton of money cleaning all that up and finally failure to appear.
21 years later this case seems to be a big deal regardless of which angle you look at it.
I saw some of the hearings and snippets and basically like what I heard out of Wray.
And although he seemed hesitant to answer some questions in my opinion, it was on both sides. He at times seemed uncomfortable answering a question if it meant or could be interpreted as criticizing the man who hired him (Trump), but he also seemed to hesitant to answer some questions if it meant the answers could be interpreted as criticizing James Comey who was a colleague and was (and I'm assuming potentially still is) a friend of his. So his non-commitals I felt cancelled each other out lol.
It seemed surprisingly less contentious a hearing than I thought it would be. Which indicates to me the Senators probably liked him behind closed doors.
This was a Republican/Trump pick and even notoriously tough Democrats like Diane Feinstein and Al Franken seemed to give Wray less hard a time than some of Trump's other administration selections.
I know it's easy to be cynical but in this particular case, since it seems he will be confirmed now, I'm going to give Wray the benefit of the doubt and look forward to his tenure as FBI Director.
I'm also going to give him the benefit of the doubt and I hope he just starts his new job soon and does the right thing.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 13, 2017 9:34:05 GMT -5
I know this is almost a year late and I've been wanting to share my thoughts on this update since then, but I think they had a reason to focus on Guandique from the beginning since he did have history of assisting women in Rock Creek Park. Honestly that Park being in a place where some parts there are no houses nearby for a good 5 miles and being out at 4:00 is just a bad combination. Also doesn't this mean the case is once again unsolved?
And I should note my concern is that the FBI director should be independent of political influence no matter who the President is. Whether Trump or Obama or Pence or Hillary Clinton etc... that's what I'm looking to hear in Chris Wray, no matter if the President is a Republican or Democrat etc...
That's what I look forward to, having someone independent regardless of who is in charge. Also after what's happened in recent months, I think the FBI should appoint special councils (like Robert Mueller's team) instead of investigating these things like the Clinton email scandal and the the whole Trump WH saga themselves.
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jul 11, 2017 13:03:33 GMT -5
It turns out the FBI has updated Lacy's wanted poster and have added a new photograph which has striking similiar appearance with the photos on the Facebook account I posted on here months ago. Also this comes about 2 years after he went on the run.