Wednesday, June 29, 2016

FBI Most Wanted

Since this blog is primarily about writing and crime, here's a little more on the crime side of things.  This is the FBI's Most Wanted list as of this morning:

Yaser Abdel Said - wanted for murdering his own two teenage daughters in 2008.
Shanika S. Minor - wanted for murdering a pregnant woman and her full-term baby in 2016.
Victor Manuel Gerena - wanted for armed robbery of $7mil in 1983.
Alexis Flores - wanted for the abduction and murder of a 5-yr old girl in 2000.
Luis Macedo - wanted for a murder in which his gang attacked someone for not giving the gang sign in 2009.
Jason Derek Brown - wanted for armed robbery and the murder of an armored car guard in 2004.
Fidel Urbina - wanted for the rape and assault of one woman, and the rape, assault, and murder of another woman while he was out on bond for the first crime in 1998.
Eduardo Ravelo - wanted for racketeering, money laundering, drugs, etc. in 2008.
William Bradford Bishop, Jr. - wanted for murdering his wife, his mother, and his three sons in 1976.
Robert William Fisher - wanted for murdering his his wife and his two sons in 2001.

If you have any information about any of these people, contact the FBI.  I don't really need to tell y'all to stay the hell away from these psychos if you see them.  Let the feds deal with them.

Now, for an opinion moment.  I'm not sure what the criteria is for putting someone on the top ten, but I've seen worse shit than some of these people have done on First 48.  I know there has to be a 'worst' list, but why one asshole makes it on there and another doesn't is beyond my pay grade. 

Another opinion moment.  You'll notice, I'm sure, that asshole #6 committed additional crimes while he was out on bond.  Out.  On bond.  :lengthy list of expletives deleted:  That's a post for a whole other day.

I have other opinions about this, but I'll keep them to myself.  What do you think?

1 comment:

  1. I think the Most Wanted list has far more to do with cold cases than anything active. I don't believe it used to be that way but as the FBI turns further away from violent crime and more toward "white collar" crime, plus more state and local departments have investigative resources they didn't have even 10 years ago, the purpose of this list has changed. IMO

    I'd bet several of those people are dead now but because they've never been found and probably changed their identities, there's no way of knowing.