The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Saturday, December 08, 2007

Tonight on AMW

I know... I know, I'm a tad late here. But here's a preview of the cases on America's Most Wanted... tonights episode which airs at 9 pm on your local Fox Station:

Jason Brown: About two weeks before Christmas 2005, a family in southern California received a UPS package from Portland, Ore. But it wasn't a welcome gift. It was a package of clues from accused killer, Jason Brown. A laptop, golf clubs, and his warm weather clothing.

Taizhi Cui: In October 2006, Los Angeles' Korean community was shocked by a triple murder that happened in their own backyard. Cops say the deaths were the work of a jilted lover hell-bent on getting revenge on an ex-girlfriend and her new paramour. However, authorities are still looking for the man they say pulled the trigger ... Taizhi Cui.

Richard Ochoa: Apparently, Richard Ochoa is a real nice guy. He's married, has a kid, and nobody has a bad word to say about him. Until police discovered that he was allegedly involved in the business of running drugs all over Michigan. Now, police want to bring him in before somebody else falls for his nice-guy act.

Carey Price: Police have been searching for alleged drunk driver Carey Price after he didn't show up for a court appearance. Price is one of two fugitives who still remain on the run from a February 2005 airing of AMW -- the other 8 are all behind bars. It's time all ten fugitives from this episode are put where they belong.

Javier Mendoza: In the early morning hours of Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005 in Kansas City, Kan. Maria Guzman was riding in a car with three friends when she was shot and killed when the car she was in exchanged gunfire. This stemmed from an earlier incident, where a girl lost a fight with another girl and was seeking revenge.

Tuen Lee: Two years ago, Tuen "Dickie" Lee was charged with sexually assaulting a co-worker from the sushi restaurant he managed. The victim said she was able to identify Lee by his bad breath. Earlier this month, Lee was convicted in absentia when he failed to show up for the closing arguments of his nine-day trial. Now, the manhunt is on for the 38-year-old who could face life in prison if and when he's apprehended.

Atlantic City Quadruple Murderer: Just before Thanksgiving 2006, the bodies of four prostitutes were discovered in a marshy creek not far from the lights of Atlantic City's casinos. The crime scene was eerie; each woman was fully clothed except for shoes and socks, and their heads were all facing east, toward Atlantic City. Although authorities are hesitant to say the murders are the work of a serial killer, the buzz on the streets is that there could be more victims. Those who call the streets of Atlantic City home are sticking together more than ever to protect themselves.

Unknown Fairmount Park Rapist: After four years of silence, DNA evidence confirms that the Fairmount Park Rapist has struck again. Cops in Philadelphia have linked an August 11, 2007 attack to others, dating back several years, including one that resulted in the death of a 21-year-old woman. Check out My Fox Philadelphia for continuing coverage and stay with for the latest in this case.

Justin Gaines: Gainesville State college student Justin Gaines has gone missing after a night out with his friends. Now, his family is trying to find out what happened to the Gainesville, Ga. man.

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