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Austin Murder Suspect Arrested on Charges of 1983 Murder

Robert Francis Van Wisse

Robert Francis Van Wisse

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

More than 20 years after he was charged with murdering University of Texas student Laurie Stout in 1983, Robert Francis Van Wisse surrendered to officials at the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday.

Wise was added to the FBI’s Most Wanted list in December.

“If he committed a brutal murder like this in 1983, he is very, very able to commit a murder again,” FBI Special Agent Christopher Combs said when the agency put him on the list last month, with a $100,000 reward, UPI reports

Stout was a 22-year-old mother and late-night janitor who was sexually assaulted and then killed in a men’s restroom at an office building in Austin.

Van Wisse wasn’t charged until 1996 because of “outdated methods of DNA analysis and mismanaged records.”

Van Wisse is in custody at the Travis County Jail in Texas.

The Capture of ‘El Chapo’ Elevates Columbian Woman to World’s Most Wanted Drug Lord

Maria Teresa Osorio de Serna, via twitter.

Maria Teresa Osorio de Serna, via twitter.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Now that notorious drug boss Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has been captured in Mexico, the world’s most wanted drug lord is now a woman from Columbia, HNGN reports. 

Largely unknown, Maria Teresa Osorio de Serna is wanted for drug conspiracy charges and money laundering.

Although she has no criminal record, the woman is suspected of laundering millions of dollars from the notorious Medellin Cartel.

Other Stories of Interest

1 of FBI’s Most Wanted Criminals Was Hiding Along Appalachin Trail

James Hammes was captured.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

One of the FBI’s most wanted criminals often spent time along the Appalachian Trail, befriended hikers and traveled with a woman whom he called his wife, the Dispatch reports.

A hiker who met a bedraggled, friendly man along the trail last year was watching “American Greed” several months ago when the program featured his hiking companion, fugitive James T. Hammes, who faces 75 charges, including 37 counts of money laundering.

“Nicest guy ever,” the hiker told The Dispatch on Tuesday.

The Mississippi man called authorities, who managed to track down Hammes.

Mural Celebrating Convicted Cop Killer Is Removed from Campus in Wisconsin

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A mural celebrating a woman on the FBI’s most wanted list was quickly removed from the campus of Marquette University in Wisconsin following complaints.

The Journal Sentinel reports that the mural of Assata Shakur was displayed in March at the Marquette Gender and Sexuality Resource Center.

But university officials weren’t happy. Shakur was convicted of killing a New Jersey state trooper in 1973 before fleeing to Cuba.

One quote in the mural read: “No one is going to give you the education you need to overthrow them.”

FBI Increases Bounty to $3M on Bureau’s Most Wanted Cyber Criminal

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI is offering a $3 million reward for information on the bureau’s most wanted cyber criminal, Newsweek reports.

Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, 31, is accused of coordinating the GameOver ZeuS botnot, allowing him to collect personal and financial information from computers.

The FBI alleges the malware infected 1 million computers, resulting in more than $100 million in thefts worldwide.

Bogachev was indicted in Pennsylvania in May 2014 on conspiracy and money laundering charges.

“This was a worldwide infection, but it also had law enforcement worldwide working to combat it and bring to justice the criminal organisation behind it,” FBI assistant director Joseph Demarest said.

Bogachev’s last known address was in Russia.

FBI Confirms Most Wanted Terrorist Killed in Philippines Raid

Zulkifli bin Hir

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

One of the FBI’s most wanted terrorists was killed in a raid in the Philippines in January, CNN reports.

Zulkifli bin Hir, the Malaysian bomber known as Marwan, was confirmed dead following DNA tests, the FBI said.

“After a thorough review of forensic data and information obtained from our Philippine law enforcement partners, the FBI has assessed that terrorism subject, Zulkifli Abdhir … is deceased and has been removed from the FBI’s list of Most Wanted Terrorists,” David Bowdich, assistant director in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles field office, told CNN in a statement.

 

Marwan was accused of being a me member of a southeast Asian terror group, Jemaah Islamiyah’s central command.

Ex-D.C. Cab Driver Lands on FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A former Washington D.C. cab driver accused of providing material support to a group linked to al Qaeda has landed on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorists list, CNN reports.

A $50,000 reward has been offered for the capture of the 29-year-old Somali-born U.S. citizen, Liban Haji Mohamed.

The FBI said Mohamed provided material support to Al Shabaab, which has launched numerous deadly terrorist attacks.

Investigators believe Mohamed left the U.S in the summer of 2012.

“Not only did he choose to go to Somalia and fight with Al Shabaab, he took a prominent role in trying to recruit people to fight for Al Shabaab,” said Carl Ghatas, special agent in charge of the counterterrorism division at the FBI’s Washington field office.

Massachusetts Man Who Is On FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List May Be Helping ISIS in Syria

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

A Massachusetts man who is on the FBI’s Most Wanted Terrorist List is believed to be in Syria and may be employing computer science skills he learned in his American education to assistant ISIS, WCVB.com reports.

“Here is a guy that went to terrorist training camps, that expressed his desire to go and fight in Iraq against US troops. That’s somebody that needs to face justice,” said Vincent Lisi, the special-agent-in-charge of the Boston office of the FBI.

Three years before he was indicted, Ahmad Abousamra fled the country.

Authorities have few hints on his exact whereabouts and the extent to which he is assisting extremists.