Last year one of the most notorious fugitives ever was taken off the FBI’s Most Wanted list – Osama Bin Laden.
When he was killed in Pakistan by the U.S. military last year he was taken off the list and it took almost an entire year until someone was placed on the list in his place. Eric Justin Toth – Toth, a former teacher and camp counselor, is facing child pornography charges and is currently a fugitive with up to a $100,000 for information leading to his arrest.
But why did it take so long to replace Bin Laden on the list? And why did they replace the world’s most dangerous terrorist with a former teacher who is suspected of child pornography? Surely there is someone on the planet who is more dangerous than a computer nerd posting ads online to be your nanny?
A couple interesting facts that might shed some light into the process of what it takes to make the FBI Most Wanted list: