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(SFGate)   FBI's 11th most wanted man gets to move up one spot   (sfgate.com) divider line 34
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2012-11-24 07:37:38 AM
I wonder how long it will take the FBI to replace him on the list. They dont automatically disappear from the list if they are caught/killed, someone bumps them off.
 
2012-11-24 09:02:03 AM
Anybody else read that entire article with John Walsh's voice in their head?
 
2012-11-24 09:02:11 AM
His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.
 
2012-11-24 09:05:42 AM
Finally, after all the years of hard work, he's finally going to make the show!
 
2012-11-24 09:10:30 AM

seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.


I was thinking the same thing. Are the streets so safe a body count of 3 gets you on the top 10 list?
 
2012-11-24 09:10:54 AM
His album sales are going to skyrocket
 
2012-11-24 09:12:26 AM

dwade: seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.

I was thinking the same thing. Are the streets so safe a body count of 3 gets you on the top 10 list?


Actually, *yes*.

It isn't so much the body count in his case. The kidnapping, rape & murder thing is kinda frowned upon. Plus, video evidence of another killing helps.
 
2012-11-24 09:13:02 AM
With a little bit...with a little bit...
With a little bit of luck, He's movin' up.
With a little bit...with a little bit...
With a little bit of bloomin luck!
 
2012-11-24 09:20:39 AM

seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.


Especially since he was killing other gang members, and a girlfriend who dates thugs. I'm having a hard time feeling any sympathy for the "victims".
 
2012-11-24 09:23:52 AM
Wow, my immediate reaction was "too bad justice took 14 years to catch up to him" and you guys are complaining that his body count isn't high enough?!?
 
2012-11-24 09:27:03 AM
Wait, years of Hollywood movies have taught me that if I commit any number of crimes, if I simply make it across the border into Mexico I'm completely safe. Is this article trying to suggest that Hollywood lied to me?!?
 
2012-11-24 09:28:06 AM

seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.


http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten

I hadn't ever looked at the top 10 - I had expected a lot of high-level gang members, but most of them are just assholes.
 
2012-11-24 09:38:58 AM
He was wanted for rape, murder, kidnapping, and rape.
 
2012-11-24 09:43:48 AM

rnatalie: He was wanted for rape, murder, kidnapping, and rape.


You said rape twice
 
2012-11-24 09:44:37 AM

sage37: seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten

I hadn't ever looked at the top 10 - I had expected a lot of high-level gang members, but most of them are just assholes.


Wow. I thought the top ten would be full of mob bosses and terrorist with body counts in the hundreds.
 
2012-11-24 09:44:39 AM

Bhruic: Wait, years of Hollywood movies have taught me that if I commit any number of crimes, if I simply make it across the border into Mexico I'm completely safe. Is this article trying to suggest that Hollywood lied to me?!?


Hollywood has not lied. In this case, the Mexican equalivant of the FBI worked with our FBI to bring him back. Turns out he was doing not such great things in Mexico either, and they really didn't want him to continue to be a part of the problem.
 
2012-11-24 09:46:20 AM
I'm sure this happens all the time in gangs, why is this guy so important?
 
2012-11-24 09:47:44 AM
 
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2012-11-24 09:57:05 AM
I'm sure this happens all the time in gangs, why is this guy so important?

He shot a business associate who couldn't afford to pay him back after cops seized a load of cash. Now the next guy who is hauling $600,000 and gets pulled over for a dirty license plate is going to be thinking, "I can let them take my money and get killed, or I can blow them away and maybe escape."
 
2012-11-24 10:05:03 AM
Is this going to be a forum where all the Fark retards say that if only drugs were legal, stuff like this wouldn't happen?
 
2012-11-24 10:07:11 AM

seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.


Why do we even care about this guy? Definitely doesn't belong on a national top 10 list. He killed a few people he knew over drugs and money. A scumbag, for sure, but not a threat to society in general.

Has our society sunk so low now that we don't even enough decent criminals to field an interesting FBI Top 10 Most Wanted list? Yeesh.
 
2012-11-24 10:14:12 AM
Do they publish a list of those who got votes but didn't make the cut?
 
2012-11-24 10:22:09 AM

dwade: seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.

I was thinking the same thing. Are the streets so safe a body count of 3 gets you on the top 10 list?


I think it's probably more the kidnap, rape, and murder followed by fleeing the country than the two gang bangers.

As for the top 10 spot, that happened in 1998. Since then, the FBI has taken in a LOT of people. Arrests made, cases closed. Eventually, the tough nuts float up to the top 10 and stay there till they're cracked. I'd bet the whole top 10 is really just backlog. In the rare event something like Aurora happens, the shooter WOULD be bumped up to number one if he ran instead of just chillaxing at the scene of the crime.
 
2012-11-24 10:59:12 AM

dwade: seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.

I was thinking the same thing. Are the streets so safe a body count of 3 gets you on the top 10 list?


3 in this country one of whom was a coroperating witness, killing a witness will piss off the feds more almost more then killing a fed. and who know how largem the body count in old Mexico is / was
 
2012-11-24 11:03:14 AM
Everyone realizes, the FBI is a domestic agency yeah? So... Terrorists, "brown folk", whatever you want to call them are on the NSA/CIA list, not the FBI.

Most of the horrible crimes committed in the US end in self destruction or arrest... You're upset that one of the guys on the top ten list only killed a few people?

What a horrible country we live in. Why couldn't he have murdered hundreds of babiss, seals, puppy dogs, and raped grandmothers! Dafuq is wrong with you... America has it good.
 
2012-11-24 11:04:57 AM
Edit button fail. I meant babies not babiss. I'm not that durmbagherd.
 
2012-11-24 11:20:37 AM

The Incredible Sexual Egg: rnatalie: He was wanted for rape, murder, kidnapping, and rape.

You said rape twice


He likes rape.

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2012-11-24 11:27:28 AM
Catsaregreen
Is this going to be a forum where all the Fark retards say that if only drugs were legal, stuff like this wouldn't happen?

With posts like this, if I were you, I would be chary of throwing around the term 'retard.' Funny how often the accusations we sling about often pertain meetly to ourselves.

So you propose the $0.6 million in question was from a largish redemption S&H Green Stamps?
 
2012-11-24 11:33:11 AM

Catsaregreen: Is this going to be a forum where all the Fark retards say that if only drugs were legal, stuff like this wouldn't happen?


Pot. LSD. These don't generate shiat like this.

Heroin? Meth? Those Taco Bell Dorito Locos Tacos?

You bet your sweet ass pain society collapse is on its way.
 
2012-11-24 11:50:41 AM

Arkanaut: How timely!

Yesterday's Penny-Arcade


Came for this; leaving satisfied.
 
2012-11-24 03:34:03 PM

cman: I wonder how long it will take the FBI to replace him on the list. They dont automatically disappear from the list if they are caught/killed, someone bumps them off.


The FBI seems to like to keep a couple of "captured" tags on their so it looks like they're doing something. I'm a little surprised OBL isn't still on there.
 
2012-11-24 03:47:35 PM

Krieghund: cman: I wonder how long it will take the FBI to replace him on the list. They dont automatically disappear from the list if they are caught/killed, someone bumps them off.

The FBI seems to like to keep a couple of "captured" tags on their so it looks like they're doing something. I'm a little surprised OBL isn't still on there.


It takes a few months for them to nominate usually (sometimes they throw a quick guy on there if something is ongoing, like the dude a few months back). They ask for nominations from all their field offices. Then they have certain criteria and they choose one based on that (i.e. public recognition will help capture the person, threat to the public).
 
2012-11-24 08:59:57 PM

sage37: seancakes: His rap sheet actually seems kind of short for being in the top ten.

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten

I hadn't ever looked at the top 10 - I had expected a lot of high-level gang members, but most of them are just assholes.


Yeah, I've looked at that before and was always amazed. For a long time, the top two were bin Laden and Whitey Bulger, both mass murderers. The rest committed horrible crimes, but nothing remotely in the same territory. I always expected serial killers, cartel leaders, or terrorists.
 
2012-11-24 10:43:15 PM

LOTN: You bet your sweet ass pain society collapse is on its way.


U.S. can't even war it's way out of it.
 
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