Post by 912thamwuser on Oct 16, 2020 22:54:18 GMT -5
This is probably more relevant to my year-end lists than any of yours, but something horrific doesn't necessarily need to happen to make the race a runaway. Instead, new evidence could link someone to a slightly older unsolved case over the next month and a half or so, in which the suspect would be charged within the autumn.
DD12: Alexis Flores, Jorge Walter Nunez-Paz, Gilberto Juarez-Hernandez, Juan "Chaquatin" Laureano-Arvizu, Tomas Magallon Gonzalez, Frederick Cecil McLean, Jose Ramon "Angel" Reyes-Sanchez, Anna Marlene Reyes, Lorenzo "Lore, Kingbone" Gamez Salinas, Emmanuel Polanco Vanderhorst, Richard Wall, Tyrom Walter Theis.
Post by Scumhunter on Oct 16, 2020 23:46:42 GMT -5
I should clarify many of these cases are ALREADY horrific it's just they are all uniquely horrific but unfortunately there's time for like a Robert Fisher/Shane Miller type case to happen.
And yeah one of my potential #1s although not my current #1 (he could be as it's like a five-way tie right now) is a guy who is now a person of interest in a murder case from 2017- after the fact (this should be obvious and I just gave it away to you but please keep it a secret unless in private messages lol). So you do have a point a guy/girl already on the list could get linked to another case and that would put them over the top.
Last Edit: Oct 16, 2020 23:48:01 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
And on top of how equally bad they all are, some of them are complicated cases as well. We all saw my 2019 list and I was able to succinctly summarize the cases in like two paragraphs tops, but I'm starting to write bios for the fugitives I'm pretty sure will make my list at the end of the year assuming they'll still be at large and some of them I've needed like four or five paragraphs to explain the many aspects to the case. So many of these guys this year including Jose Villarreal-Hernandez are complicated cases to explain because they're not just wanted for one incident and there's more to the story. I feel we've had more layered or complicated fugitive cases (where you can't just sum up the case in a few sentences) than usual this year.
Post by Scumhunter on Oct 21, 2020 17:27:32 GMT -5
Just a reminder- I'm VERY appreciative for anyone who thinks they may have a tip on a fugitive's whereabouts- but that should not be posted publicly on the forum- since fugitives and their family members etc... could still read the site and it could tip them off that it's known where they are and cause them to flee. More than willing to figure out the best crime stoppers etc.. line for everyone know.
Usually in December I slow down and take a break from posting but this year I plan on being more active than usual to make up for In Pursuit's forced covid-hiatus. Maybe I'll only post a fugitive or two a day but usually I only do breaking news or case requests so that's still more than usual. Also I'd like to if I have time add some more non-fugitive cases as well.
Last Edit: Nov 28, 2020 3:28:14 GMT -5 by Scumhunter
Hey all like I said I'm not usually one who asks for participation trophies but I'm still like a little ticked off no one besides 912th and one other poster here seems to have read my top 20 fugitives of 2020 thread.
You don't have to pretend to love it and praise it if you're upset one guy isn't as high as you would have ranked him and/or if someone you felt strongly about didn't make the list (but I'd rather you keep those comments to yourself as once again any complaints about the list will be deleted) but just some form of acknowledgement that you read it or like make a comment stating which guys you think have the best chance at capture or which guys you think will make In Pursuit or something. (I only say guys because no females made it this time- not intentional, Samantha Slater was on the short list before her capture).
The reason I'm kinda ticked off is I literally worked on that list the entire year and continually updated and edited it and it's like feeling all my time and effort isn't being acknowledged.
And yeah don't be paranoid that I'm calling anyone specifically out. Unless you're 912th who actually read it and participated I'm calling all of you out lol.
Last Edit: Dec 19, 2020 3:20:24 GMT -5 by Scumhunter