U.S. Marshal Service versus FBI "Most Wanted"

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The Feds. As if that isn't a conspiracy enough already.

The U.S. Marshal Service has a publicly posted list of "15 Most Wanted."


>>>The following individuals are considered armed and dangerous. Do not attempt to apprehend any of these fugitives yourself. Anyone with information is urged to contact the nearest USMS District Office, the U.S. Marshals Service Communications Center at 1-800-336-0102, or submit a tip using USMS Tips.<<<

So the U.S. Marshal Service is obviously interested in publicly contracting out hits,  searches and arrests to bail bondsmen, bounty hunters, private investigators, skip tracers, and various other third party "professionals" who offer legal and law enforcement "services" on a fee-for-service or contract basis, whether or not a proper warrant has been issued by a judge, and whether or not the services being solicited are legal and in accordance with the due process of law. The U.S.M.S. obviously doesn't make it to heaven or put itself on the right side of the law with its reliance on gun registration, sex offender registration, and prohibited persons lists on NICS, no-fly, and other government databases, and it's not really clear the FBI does either, for that matter.

Now all the same,, there is an official FBI "10 Most Wanted" list, also posted online https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/topten, and that site has apparently expressed marked concerns of most wanted posters and the like being forged, falsified, abused for illegal, unethical, and immoral purposes and just generally ripped off.

>>>Notice: The official FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list is maintained on the FBI website. This information may be copied and distributed, however, any unauthorized alteration of any portion of the FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives posters is a violation of federal law (18 U.S.C., Section 709). Persons who make or reproduce these alterations are subject to prosecution and, if convicted, shall be fined or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.<<<

So there’s Duane Chapman, a.k.a. "Dog the Bounty Hunter," with the U.S. Marshal Service going up against the Big Law.

And who killed Brian Laundrie's fiancée Gabby Petito? A man with long hair like Dog the Bounty Hunter should be minding his own business rather than swinging the hammer of the law and the sickle of the grim reaper like a bloody red communist. 

Is he after young male ass with the US Marshals? Killed the girl to get her out of the way. That's the thing with that side of the law. The woman ends up dead, and the man takes the fall for another man's crime and ends up in prison.

We're looking at a male:female ratio of 93:7 in the U.S. prison system.


Don't make the mistake of thinking it's any easier on women, because the women who got caught are dead. Women in organized crime are killed before they even make it to prison. The Code of Omertà and respect for the ladies keeps women under silence.

“Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also saith the law” — 1 Corinthians 13:24

Which is why women work in low level positions as bank tellers, medical nurses, records clerks etc. because a man who squeals on a customer or rats out a client has too much honor to kill, so the procurators have to find some cause in court to put the guy in prison rather than simply offing him.

Big Law is chasing ass again.

It's that blindfold children's game, pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey and "justice is blind" — so they're playing around  with DNA cum, rape kits, fingerprint smudges, gun registration etc.

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Brian Laundrie is "wanted" as a "person of interest" in the murder of his fiancée.

Sorry cops. The couple was deeply in love with no bad feelings or ill will between the two. Time for every damn copper on the beat hunting a bereaved man to suck a police car tailpipe and die. I don't want those cops in my land.


Yep. The kid had a girlfriend. And there are parents involved.


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