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    Never understood manhunts unless it was for a lost or handicap person. They're searching swamps full of snakes and gators for what? Don't say justice!

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    He can hide as long as he wants to but they will find him eventually, they always do.

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    Well if someone murdered my daughter I would definitely want them to conduct a manhunt for the person responsible, I'm just kind of weird like that.
    Yes where ever he's his luck and resources will run out and with cameras everywhere these days they'll get him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon View Post
    Never understood manhunts unless it was for a lost or handicap person. They're searching swamps full of snakes and gators for what? Don't say justice!
    Okay. How about protecting the public from dangerous criminals?
    "That's the thing about possum innards - they's just as good the second day." - Jed Clampett

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    If it's a woman they're looking for is it still called a manhunt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Majortrauma View Post
    So true! And this disinformation and wild speculation will only hinder the attempt to find him.
    I hope, should it be determined that he killed his girlfriend, that his parents do some hard time as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowdive View Post
    I come out of hiding for the conspiracy threads. Some of the best reads here.
    So true. AS soon as I saw this thread on WB, I thought "Oh boy, this is gonna be great!"

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    It's ok calm down folks dog the bounty is on the case ,he will sniff him out for sure.

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    Public safety is why we have police no matter who gets harmed. Still don’t believe in manhunts. Made for okay TV last night though.

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    Eric Robert Rudolph was a fugitive for 5 years, in the Nantahala Nat. Forest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    It's ok calm down folks dog the bounty is on the case ,he will sniff him out for sure.
    Yup,just saw the Dawg on the news.Laundrie might as well turn himself in now for sure!He can run but he can't hide!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WMR View Post
    Eric Robert Rudolph was a fugitive for 5 years, in the Nantahala Nat. Forest.
    I don't think he spent five years in the woods. Based on how I look after just one week out, he was way too well-groomed when captured to be out there full time.

    He was either breaking into cabins and the like, or he had helpers.
    The older I get, the faster I hiked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simon View Post
    Public safety is why we have police no matter who gets harmed. Still don’t believe in manhunts. Made for okay TV last night though.
    It's the job of public safety to capture those who have committed violent crimes and/or present a future threat to others. Duh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ankle Bone View Post
    I don't think he spent five years in the woods. Based on how I look after just one week out, he was way too well-groomed when captured to be out there full time.

    He was either breaking into cabins and the like, or he had helpers.
    Read Hunting Eric Rudolph by Henry Schuster

    He was in the woods & the FBI screwed it up, as usual.
    Be Prepared

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    Ted Kaczynski,, aka the unabomber on a totally different level managed to live in a cabin in Montana Evergreen Park wilderness for 18 years and killed 3 people and injured 23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCloud View Post
    Read Hunting Eric Rudolph by Henry Schuster

    He was in the woods & the FBI screwed it up, as usual.
    Thanks. I'll check it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    Ted Kaczynski,, aka the unabomber on a totally different level managed to live in a cabin in Montana Evergreen Park wilderness for 18 years and killed 3 people and injured 23.
    This is different from Rudolph though. People were hunting for Rudolph; Ted was in plain sight but was not known to be a killer until his brother came forward
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    Manhunt, isn't that what some women call dating websites?
    Sorry carry on .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JNI64 View Post
    It's ok calm down folks dog the bounty is on the case ,he will sniff him out for sure.
    Contemplating the pack weight of bling, hair care/makeup products, and cameras needed for a Dog manhunt on the AT. "We're gonna need a bigger pack!"
    "That's the thing about possum innards - they's just as good the second day." - Jed Clampett

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketcher709 View Post
    I hope, should it be determined that he killed his girlfriend, that his parents do some hard time as well.
    It is called "aiding & abetting" and is seriously frowned upon by the legal system.

    "To make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from." - T.S. Eliot

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