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Dec 16, 2013

15 fugitives wanted; Interpol seeking public assistance

Interpol is seeking public assistance in locating fifteen fugitives wanted for varying degrees of crimes. The crimes vary from murder, to drug trafficking and money laundering and the nationalities of the wanted men span Central, South and North America stretching to Europe.  As you will see, in the midst is one Belizean fugitive: Miguel Matus who is wanted for the 2006 murder of Patricia Tzib in Cristo Rey. Matus escaped in February 2010 when he was being transported to a dental clinic. At the time it was determined that the corrections officer breached a number of protocols in securing the inmate as he was taken from the Central Prison to Belize City.  Interpol believes he is dangerous. The gallery includes fourteen other men that are also considered dangerous.

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2 Responses for “15 fugitives wanted; Interpol seeking public assistance”

  1. lol says:

    Forget about it, Chances are they already have a belizean passport…..

  2. Beano for Deano says:

    lol- you got that.

    Mello is still here wanted for murder, on an Interpol warrant.
    After Belize telling them screw you, denying their extradition, I doubt Interpol takes Belize’s criminal problems seriously other than a source of their problems.

    If the criminals come here and pay for the paperwork, GOB will work extra hard, harder than for a citizen, to prevent extradition. Does not matter the official government documents were obtained fraudulently.

    Belize, world sanctuary for indicted criminals, and the worst eduction in the Caribbean. They key to a good criminal is that they have to be stupid and capable of nothing else. Soon we won’t have to import them (unless they pay more money) because we are breeding them as the new army to fight the Guats.

    If the slow corruption officers in Belmopan got paid a little more graft, citizen Kim would be here now amongst us; shame on you boys for being lazy and letting citizen Kim return to Korea. We could have milked this guy for more money like McAfee.

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