[Best Pick] World’s Most Wanted

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Thank God that most of us are living a peaceful life, but in some dark corners around the world, there hide some notorious fugitives who remain a lurking danger. Even with advanced technologies and growing gene pool, some of them are still at large.

In today’s [Best Pick], we will show you some of the most wanted fugitives. 

1. Robert William Fisher

Robert William Fisher (born April 13, 1961) is an American fugitive wanted for allegedly killing his wife and two children, and blowing up the house in which they lived in  Arizona on April 10, 2001. Fisher joined the U.S. Navy. He attempted to become part of the SEALs, but did not succeed. Fisher was described as a cruel and distant control freak towards his family. He once turned a garden hose on his wife after she spoke up. Fisher was embarrassed that his son did not like to hunt or fish, and once tried to teach his children how to swim by throwing them out of a boat. Fisher told a hunting mate that he was renewing his commitment to his faith and marriage because he “could not live without his family”, possibly hinting that he would consider suicide over divorce. But no one was aware that he was plotting a triple homicide. 

On April 9, 2001, Mary, Fisher’s wife,  was found to be shot in the back of the head and her children’s throats were slashed from ear to ear. Later, the house exploded. Fisher disappeared at the time of the murders, and he is still not arrested. The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for information leading directly to the arrest of him.


2. Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel

Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai Patel (born May 15, 1990) is an Indian fugitive wanted for killing his wife at a Dunkin’ Donuts store in Hanover, Maryland, in the United States on April 12, 2015.

Patel was born on May 15, 1990, in Viramgam, Gujarat, India. By 2015, he was married to Palak, and the couple were traveling together to visit relatives in the United States.

On the night of April 12, 2015, Patel and Palak were working a night shift at a Dunkin’ Donuts in Hanover, Maryland. The store was owned by a relative of Patel whom the couple were visiting. Surveillance footage showed Palak and Patel walking together in the kitchen at around 9:30 p.m. before disappearing out of view behind some racks. Moments later, Patel re-emerged without his wife, turned off an oven, and left the store.

The body of 21-year-old Palak Patel was found later that night. She had been beaten to death and stabbed multiple times with a large kitchen knife. Investigators believe the couple had an argument, with Palak wanting to return to India and Patel wishing to remain in the U.S. instead.  Police then checked the surveillance video and realized the killer was Patel, who had vanished. Patel was not identified as the suspect until over an hour after the murder, giving him time to escape.


3. Rafael Caro Quintero

Rafael Caro Quintero (born October 3, 1952) is a former Mexican drug trafficker who co-founded the now-disintegrated Guadalajara in the 1970s. He is the brother of fellow drug trafficker Miguel Caro Quintero, the founder and former leader of the defunct Sonora Cartel.

He was responsible for the kidnapping and murder of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) agent Enrique “Kiki” Camarena, Camarena’s pilot Alfredo Zavala Avelar, the American writer John Clay Walker, and dentistry student Alberto Radelat in 1985. After the murders, Caro Quintero fled to Costa Rica but was later arrested and extradited back to Mexico, where he was sentenced to 40-years in prison for murder. 

Caro Quintero was freed from jail on August 9, 2013, after a state court concluded that he had been tried improperly. However, amid pressure from the federal government of the United States to re-arrest him, a Mexican federal court issued an arrest warrant against Caro Quintero on August 14. Caro Quintero is still wanted for his previous affiliation with drug trafficking and involvement in the 1985 murders. He remains at large, as a wanted fugitive in Mexico, the United States, and several other countries. The United States is offering a $20 million bounty for his arrest, the highest such value of all fugitives currently listed in FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.


I would wish that you never meet them, but if you should have any information about their whereabouts, please contact the police. 🙏🏻

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