The FBI’s legendary Ten Most Wanted list is really only the Eight Most Wanted list these days.
Two of the the most well-known figures on the list — Osama bin Laden and Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger — are no longer wanted. Bin Laden was killed by the U.S. military in Pakistan in May and Bulger was captured by the FBI in California in June. No one has replaced them.
Their pictures remain on the list on the FBI webpage . But the word “Captured” has been added to Bulger’s photo and “Deceased” has been added to bin Laden’s. 
The FBI told ticklethewire.com on Friday that there’s “no time frame” for when the two vacancies will be filled. The process of filling the spots is a detailed one that includes FBI field offices around the country submitting recommendations that are then reviewed at headquarters and ultimately approved by FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III.
So in the meantime, it remains the FBI’s Eight Most Wanted list.
The list currently includes less well-known names like Jason Derek Brown, Robert William Fisher and Eduardo Ravelo.
Eduardo Ravelo appears to be one of the more notable fugitives.
The FBI said he is a Captain (Capo) within the Barrio Azteca organization and issues orders to the Barrio Azteca members residing in Juarez, Mexico. He also has ties to El Paso, Tex.
Authorities alleged that Ravelo and the Barrio Azteca members act as “hitmen” for the Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Drug Trafficking Organization and are responsible for numerous murders. The FBI said he may have had plastic surgery and altered his fingerprints.
Fisher is wanted on charges of killing his wife and two young children and then blowing up the house in which they all lived in Scottsdale, Az. in April of 2001.
Brown is wanted for murder and armed robbery in Phoenix, Arizona. Authorities say Brown allegedly shot and killed an armored car guard outside a movie theater in November of 2004 and then fled with the money.