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(NBC News)   Fleeing a murder charge to another country will not work if you leave a paper trail the whole way there   (nbcnews.com) divider line
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2022-06-30 5:31:20 PM  
Fake passports have been worthless for traveling by air for over a decade after Peru finally installed facial recognition software.
 
2022-06-30 5:33:44 PM  
NICE! They caught her.
 
2022-06-30 5:35:10 PM  
TEXAS TAG!
 
2022-06-30 9:12:58 PM  
Tons of DEA in Costa Rica. It's basically an American puppet state because of the drug trade.
 
2022-06-30 9:28:43 PM  
I wonder if she kept posting to her fark account.
 
2022-06-30 9:28:49 PM  

west.la.lawyer: TEXAS TAG!


nope, the last thing we need is a Texas tag, that state already has a major problem with self-importance.
 
2022-06-30 9:29:23 PM  
I couldn't be on the jury. They look bad to me.
 
2022-06-30 9:30:05 PM  
Man, she was doing so well too. She could have caught a bus and vanished into Central America, but Costa Rica might as well be the US. She needed to go to Venezuela or somewhere that's not over run with Trustafarians who could ID her instantly. I will LOL if she hasn't cut her hair.
 
2022-06-30 9:32:58 PM  
Next most obvious choice: Belize
 
2022-06-30 9:36:21 PM  
Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.
 
2022-06-30 9:39:11 PM  
"She had been expected to win the May 14 Gravel Locos race in Hico shortly before her death."

Wow. What was the betting line on that?
 
2022-06-30 9:40:02 PM  
The cyclist was killed with a gun.  Texas Republicans will be introducing a bill to outlaw bicycles any minute now.
 
2022-06-30 9:40:08 PM  

iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.


If anyone flees to Russia they'll be put on the front lines.
 
2022-06-30 9:41:21 PM  

iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.


The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.
 
2022-06-30 9:42:13 PM  

eurotrader: Fake passports have been worthless for traveling by air for over a decade after Peru finally installed facial recognition software.


What??It got her from NYC to the DR.
 
2022-06-30 9:45:36 PM  
Strickland has not been accused of any wrongdoing in the case.

Heir to the Strickland Propane fortune?
 
2022-06-30 9:46:41 PM  

studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.


This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.
 
2022-06-30 9:47:38 PM  
I'm curious about the passport. Wondering if she searched Instagram for somebody that looked like her and made an offer. Can't imagine it was forgery that actually worked in airports.
 
2022-06-30 10:00:55 PM  

Kalyco Jack: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.


Extraordinary Rendition => "Extradition"
 
2022-06-30 10:04:09 PM  

studebaker hoch: Kalyco Jack: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.

Extraordinary Rendition => "Extradition"


It is legal or at lest the courts don't care if say you murder someone and leave the country if their family go gets you and drags you back to the us as well?
 
2022-06-30 10:12:17 PM  

jumac: studebaker hoch: Kalyco Jack: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.

Extraordinary Rendition => "Extradition"

It is legal or at lest the courts don't care if say you murder someone and leave the country if their family go gets you and drags you back to the us as well?


Yes. I can't remember the case names off hand but can look them up for you. In the first (from the 1800s) a rape victim's family kidnapped the suspect out of Peru and brought him back to the US. The courts allowed the prosecution to go forward. In the second an American bounty hunter went to Mexico and kidnapped a cartel dude who was wanted for the death of a DEA agent. I believe the cartel guy was eventually executed.
 
2022-06-30 10:16:34 PM  
She dated a dude and the relationship ended. He started dating a new woman. So, obviously, she had no choice but to kill the new woman. Makes me wonder why the guy stopped dating her. That level of commitment is hard to find.
 
2022-06-30 10:17:03 PM  

functionisalwaystaken: Next most obvious choice: Belize


Belize is sketch as hell...beautiful reefs though...
 
2022-06-30 10:18:56 PM  

lilbjorn: Strickland has not been accused of any wrongdoing in the case.

Heir to the Strickland Propane fortune?


Propane AND Propane Accessories
 
2022-06-30 10:26:16 PM  

Theeng: west.la.lawyer: TEXAS TAG!

nope, the last thing we need is a Texas tag, that state already has a major problem with self-importance.


No shiat, always claiming themselves proud patriotic Americans and calling their shiatty Cowboys "America's Team", yet will spin right around, froth at the mouth and shriek about secession whenever laws get passed that make the world a better place for people who aren't racist "Christian" assholes who want to rape their daughters and force them to have daddy's rape baby

fark Texas
 
2022-06-30 10:35:12 PM  

studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.


There have been a few criminals that have been caught here after fleeing. I think they know they're going down, so they have a last hurrah.
 
2022-06-30 10:39:35 PM  

Hey Nurse!: She dated a dude and the relationship ended. He started dating a new woman. So, obviously, she had no choice but to kill the new woman. Makes me wonder why the guy stopped dating her. That level of commitment is hard to find.


No he was going back to his old girlfriend-- who was an elite skier and cyclist. He realized his mistake.
 
2022-06-30 10:39:55 PM  

Kalyco Jack: jumac: studebaker hoch: Kalyco Jack: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.

Extraordinary Rendition => "Extradition"

It is legal or at lest the courts don't care if say you murder someone and leave the country if their family go gets you and drags you back to the us as well?

Yes. I can't remember the case names off hand but can look them up for you. In the first (from the 1800s) a rape victim's family kidnapped the suspect out of Peru and brought him back to the US. The courts allowed the prosecution to go forward. In the second an American bounty hunter went to Mexico and kidnapped a cartel dude who was wanted for the death of a DEA agent. I believe the cartel guy was eventually executed.


????? I'm not finding that.  More information please.
 
2022-06-30 10:40:02 PM  

jumac: It is legal or at lest the courts don't care if say you murder someone and leave the country if their family go gets you and drags you back to the us as well?


I can't imagine a judge with the suspect in his courtroom ordering them freed because they were brought in by poachers.

Possession is half the law.
 
2022-06-30 10:42:50 PM  

knbwhite: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

There have been a few criminals that have been caught here after fleeing. I think they know they're going down, so they have a last hurrah.


Lots of folks. Link
 
2022-06-30 10:45:07 PM  

knbwhite: knbwhite: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

There have been a few criminals that have been caught here after fleeing. I think they know they're going down, so they have a last hurrah.

Lots of folks. Link


LOL, don't they have facial recognition pretty much everywhere in Vegas? I mean, I guess if you had a spot that wasn't a motel and didn't need to work you might get by.
 
2022-06-30 10:55:25 PM  

morg: I'm curious about the passport. Wondering if she searched Instagram for somebody that looked like her and made an offer. Can't imagine it was forgery that actually worked in airports.


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2022-06-30 10:57:17 PM  
First thing I thought was "WOW, Ezra Miller finally murdered someone!"
 
2022-06-30 11:08:05 PM  
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/just fake a heart attack at the right moment, you'll be fine
 
2022-06-30 11:28:39 PM  
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2022-06-30 11:31:52 PM  

waxbeans: Kalyco Jack: jumac: studebaker hoch: Kalyco Jack: studebaker hoch: iheartscotch: Also...if you are going to flee...flee to a country without a US extradition treaty.

The CIA will just kidnap you and bring you back anyway, and tell the news they caught you in Vegas.

This is totally legal under federal law BTW. Even if the suspect is not a US citizen. Even if the crime happened in a foreign country.

Extraordinary Rendition => "Extradition"

It is legal or at lest the courts don't care if say you murder someone and leave the country if their family go gets you and drags you back to the us as well?

Yes. I can't remember the case names off hand but can look them up for you. In the first (from the 1800s) a rape victim's family kidnapped the suspect out of Peru and brought him back to the US. The courts allowed the prosecution to go forward. In the second an American bounty hunter went to Mexico and kidnapped a cartel dude who was wanted for the death of a DEA agent. I believe the cartel guy was eventually executed.

????? I'm not finding that.  More information please.


Derived from the passive personality principle but I can't seem to find the cases. International law class was years ago. Might've been taking too many edibles that day.
 
2022-07-01 12:34:40 AM  
I'd avoid murder in Texas. They really really like using their death penalty there and they're not overly picky about who they use it on. They don't even really care about your guilt, but it's so much easier for everyone's peace of mind if you run.
 
2022-07-01 12:53:45 AM  

morg: I'm curious about the passport. Wondering if she searched Instagram for somebody that looked like her and made an offer. Can't imagine it was forgery that actually worked in airports.


She had help 100%. Former lover most likely.
 
2022-07-01 2:32:32 PM  
You need to flee to a country without extradition.
 
2022-07-01 7:43:29 PM  

stuffy: You need to flee to a country without extradition.


And never sleep in the same place twice.
 
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