Ever wonder what happened to America’s Most Wanted? As popular as the FBI was for 24 years, hosted by John Walsh on Fox-owned television stations, it was canceled in 2011. It had a brief resurgence on Lifetime two years later but was canceled once again because of high costs.
Now, the FBI is posting its top 10 most wanted fugitives on social media and its website. If you can point the agents to Victor Manuel Gerena, for example, they might pay you a reward. Most rewards are about $100,000. But this guy hits the jackpot at $1 million, so look around. Gerena has a one-inch scar and a mole on his right shoulder blade.
“Gerena is being sought in connection with the armed robbery of approximately $7 million from a security company in Connecticut in 1983. He allegedly took two security employees hostage at gunpoint and then handcuffed, bound and injected them with an unknown substance in order to further disable them.”
Even though their stories are not as horrific, the FBI has released a relatively new list of top 10 international cyber terrorists. The list includes a spyware developer who hacked people’s passwords, a hacker who placed malicious software named “Zeus” on victims’ computers to capture bank account numbers, personal IDs, and passwords. (The reward for Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev is a cool $3 million.)
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