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Top 10 FBI Most Wanted People In The World

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We’re no stranger to the world of crime, scary confessions, or interesting creepy facts. This list of the Top 10 FBI Most Wanted People In The World is no different. All of these people have committed crimes, usually violent and gruesome ones, and until now have gotten away with them.

Help the world by trying to find these most wanted criminals! If you have any information that may help lead the FBI into arresting these people.

Top 10 FBI Most Wanted People

Fbi Most Wanted People

10. Alejandro Castillo

Castillo has been on the list since 2017. He was added after he allegedly murdered his former girlfriend, Truc Quan “Sandy” Lyle, in North Carolina.

He met her under the pretence that he’d pay her back some money, but apparently forced her to pull out all of her cash instead, of which there was only $1,000.

Investigators say he probably drove her to a wooded area afterwards, shot her once in the head, and dumped her in a ravine.

He took her car and fled, and is still on the run to this day. If you have any information leading to his capture, there is a $100,000 reward for doing so.

9. Ayman Mohammed

Rabie al-ZawahiriKeep an eye out for this one! He’s an Egyptian terrorist, another leader of Al-Qaeda since 2011, and after bin Laden’sdeath, he’s been a part of groups responsible for deadly attacks in almost every continent.

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In fact, in 2012, he called on Muslim extremists to kidnap Western tourists in Muslim countries.

There’s a $25M reward out for al-Zawahiriso, in case you’re looking to score big, you could try internet sleuthing to find him, though I don’t know how much better you’ll do than the FBI. Never say never though, right?

8. Robert William Fisher

In 2001, this man murdered his wife and children and then blew up their house. Investigators looked into the case and saw that his wife had recently expressed a desire to divorce him and suspect this could have driven him to such insane measures which, of course, fixed nothing at all.

The house blew up due to a natural gas explosion, which could easily have been rigged by Fisher. A man who turns on his family like this certainly deserves to get caught.

7. Rafael Caro Quintero

Caro is known for being a former Mexican cartel leader who allegedly took part in the kidnapping and murder of the U.S DEA agent Enrique Camarena Salazar, his pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar, writer John Clay Walker, and a student named Alberto Radelat in 1985.

He was caught and spent 28 years in prison in Mexico, but unsurprisingly, his name was back on an arrest warrant shortly after his release.

The most shocking part is that you could kill so many people and be released at all!

6. Alexis Flores

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If you’re short 100K, here’s your chance to make some money legally. Find Alexis Flores, who is wanted for the alleged kidnapping and murder of a 5-year-old in 2000.

The crime took place in Philly where she was reported missing and found strangled in a nearby apartment a month later.

The fact that he’s still out there is enough to keep anyone up at night. It seems after the crime, he fled the country to avoid prosecution.

5. William Bradford

Bishop, Jr.Another alleged wife-killer, Bradford is accused of bludgeoning his wife to death when she was just 37, as well as his mother and children in 1976.

The murder, on top of being absolutely brutal, was also cold. He moved all their bodies to Columbia, NorthCarolina, buried them, and lit them on fire.

He’s not just another uneducated man who resorted to violence for lack of a proper brain – he was a Yale graduate. Granted, it’s likely he was on medication for depression and had psychiatric issues.

4. Eduardo Ravelo

Who knew racketeering could get you on the FBI’s most wanted? Not this guy. He was indicted in Texas in 2008 for racketeering, conspiring to launder monetary instruments and other white-collar crimes. Of course, he’s not all money-crime.

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His criminal behaviour started in the early2000s with the Barrio Azteca criminal group, and probably ordered the murder of other members as well as acting as a hitman himself with others in the group to murder for the Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Drug Trafficking Organization.

Seems like a murderer who the FBI decided would be more easily caught for financial crimes. Go on internet sleuths, split that $100,000in as many ways as it takes to catch him.

3. Eugene K. Palmer

The FBI’s most wanted doesn’t see a whole lot of activity because, well, these criminals are hard to find. However, Eugene Palmer has added in 2019 for allegedly shooting and killing his daughter-in-law, Tammy Palmer, in cold blood in 2012.

Tammy sent her kids off on the school bus in the morning and Eugene ambushed her with a shotgun. He fled into Harriman State Park and the search dogs lost his scent.

The motives for the murder aren’t really listed and his whereabouts are still unknown.

He’s the most recent addition to the list and there’s a reward out for $100,000 for any information leading to his capture, so he can face the music and have his day in court.

2. Yaser Abdel Said

Yaser Abdel Said is an Egyptian-born citizen of the United States and is wanted for the murder of his two teenage daughters.

It seems he felt Amina and Sarah had dishonoured the family by refusing to behave according to Egyptian tradition.

In 2008, he told them he’d take them out to eat in his taxi cab, but took them out to shoot them instead.

Somehow, he escaped capture and has yet to be caught. There’s no sign that he fled to Egypt and the FBI believes he’s in New York City driving a cab and a champagne-coloured vehicle.

If you happen to see him, do not put yourself in any danger and alert the authorities immediately.

Jason Derek Brown

Jason Derek Brown is an American fugitive who is wanted for first-degree murder and armed robbery in Phoenix, Arizona in 2004, and has been on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for nearly as long. Because of his “California surfer dude” appearance, he has an uncanny ability to blend into crowds.

The FBI has received over 200 leads, which is more than anyone else on their list, all of which have led to dead-ends or the wrong people.

The most recent confirmed sighting of him came in August of 2008, when he was spotted near the Hogle Zoo in Salt Lake City, Utah. If you have any information leading to his arrest, a reward for $200,000 is up for grabs.

Thanks for watching! Who else do you think should be on the FBI’sMost Wanted list? Tell us in the comments. 

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