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It has been 63 years since the FBI launched its ten most wanted fugitives program.
Since 1950 there have been 498.
People on the list 467.
Of them have been captured.
These are the most recent ten high profile fugitives on your screen right now just added to the list this man a suspected gang member.
And won her nest though Rivera -- -- wanted to for the 2011 murder of a 69 year old man police say he was beaten stabbed.
And then dumped in the foothills of Colorado.
What is now Ronald T -- go system director of the FBI's criminal investigative division what do you think this guy -- -- is right now.
If I knew John I would do -- share that with the public.
My suspicion is he's probably fled back to Central America.
But the purpose our outreach today.
Is to get the public looking for this person and and others on our ten months wanna -- -- -- as a reward at least in his case right.
In in every case for -- ten most wanted fugitive.
The reward starts -- a 100000 dollars.
A 100000 dollars -- serious money I mean that'll that'll get to people to pay attention is that why you find that most people are willing to turn in these -- list members.
There's a range of reasons why people reach out to us.
The reward being one of those reasons.
But many citizens want to do the right thing they see somebody who may be of interest law enforcement.
And they pick up the phone or they tweet us where they contact us off of our web -- because it is the anniversary of the birth of.
That list we wanted to take a look back at some of those who have been on it.
Took a team of Navy SEALs and a -- of the CIA -- -- investigator to find Osama bin Laden.
He was on the list for awhile Ramzi Yousef was as well.
But there are both.
They've both been mile apprehended you could say.
That's right there are both off the list one of them is secure in the super Max facility in Florence Colorado.
And the other one is not with us anymore.
James Earl Ray wanted in connection with the assassination of Dr.
Martin Luther King -- actually spoke to him in prison before he died.
But he was on the list.
There's a number of more notables on the list in the past.
Includes Ted Bundy who was a notorious serial killer.
Back in the seventies.
Miramar 'cause see who.
Killed some CIA employees.
And the FBI he -- doggedly searches.
For each and every one.
Eric Rudolph was the guy who ultimately turned out to be the bomber of the Atlanta Olympic Games he was hiding away in the mountains of North Carolina for years.
And finally got found.
In a dumpster violence and the -- -- scrounging -- scrounging through garbage.
Really in an area close by where dozens of FBI agents and law enforcement personnel scoured the hillsides looking for him.
And then there was Andrew could man and a man who was wanted for the murder.
Of of the the designer.
-- young for sergeant whose name escapes me -- for the moment.
Andrew could man and -- -- guy who man what a weird story that war.
He he was wanted for killing Gianni Versace and it is very much a prototypical.
Cross country manhunt.
For Andrew can and it.
Well again you've gotten most everybody who's been on the list we congratulate you there the FBI Ronald Moscow thanks for joining us -- -- pleasure to be with it thank you.
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