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10 Most Wanted People In The World
This is definitely a list that you don’t want to be in. These are currently the 10 most wanted people in
the world according to the FBI. Each of them have done serious crimes, including but not limited to
murder. They are currently at large and have huge bounties on their heads. If by any chance you have
information on any of the people on this list, please contact your local authorities immediate, especially
the guy on number one. Without further ado, here are 10 of the most wanted people in the world.
Number 10. Robert Fisher
Officially added to the FBI Most Wanted List in June 2002, Robert Fisher is wanted by authorities for the
alleged 2001 murder of his family; wife Mary Fisher, their 10-year-old son Bobby and their 12-year-old
daughter Britney, then blew up their own house in Scottsdale, Arizona before disappearing.
On the day of the incident. Britney was supposed to attend a school ceremony where she was supposed
to be inducted into the school’s honor society, but she didn’t make it. Witnesses say that Robert had
been acting weirdly the night before the murders.
Authorities also believe that Mary was preparing to divorce her husband after she found out he was
having an affair. This enraged Robert when he found out, and an argument ensued. Police say Robert
shot his wife execution style then slitting both his children’s throats. He then set fire to their home that
left the three remains unrecognizable.
He is still at large with a $100,000 bounty on his head and is considered armed and dangerous. He
should be 59 this year and has been known to have ties in New Mexico and Florida.
Number 9. Alexis Flores
This next person on our list has done something so horrific, some of you might not be able to stomach it,
because it involves an innocent child. If you think you can’t please skip this section now. But if you think
you can stand the horror and think there is the smallest chance for you to help the victim get justice,
then continue watching.
Alexis Flores is wanted for the kidnapping, rape and murder of 5-year-old Iriana DeJesus in Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania in 2000. A Honduran itinerant worker, Flores is believed to have lived in the building where
the child’s body was found, sexually assaulted, strangled and wrapped in a trash bag. The itinerant
homeless man was believed to have disappeared at the same time as the little girl.
Flores was actually arrested twice after the murder, first in 2002 for shoplifting and the other in 2005 for
forgery in Arizona. He only served 60 days in jail for the latter charge then was subsequently deported
back to Honduras. His DNA was only matched to the 2000 crime scene in 2007, by which time he’s been
out of the country for years. There is currently a $100,000 reward for his capture.
Number 8. Jason Derek Brown
Jason Derek Brown is wanted for first-degree murder and armed robbery at a Phoenix movie theater in
November 2004, after he allegedly shot an armored guard outside the theater then ran off with the
theater’s cash on hand. He then fled to Las Vegas before driving to Orange County, Califprnia to stay
When the FBI carried out an arrest warrant in December 2004, they missed him by two hours. Soon
after, Brown became a “ghost” and went completely off the grid. In January 2005, authorities tracked
down his abandoned vehicle at Portland International Airport.
Brown was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and completed his Mormon
mission near Paris, France and he speaks fluent French. He enjoys being the center of attention and has
been known to frequent nightclubs where he enjoys showing off his high-priced vehicles, boats, and
He was added to the FBI most wanted list in December 2007 and they are offering $200,000 for any
information that would lead to his capture.
Number 7. Yaser Abdel Said
An Egyptian resident of the U.S., Said is wanted for the murder of his two teenage daughters in Irving,
Texas, in 2008. On January 1, 2008, Said lured the girls into his taxi cab under the pretense that he was
going to take them out to eat. Prior to the gruesome double murder, the two teenage girls had confided
in friends that Said had physically and sexually abused them.
The two daughters, Amina and Sarah, was actually previously able to escape the clutches of their father.
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