According to Washington, Dawood uses the same smuggling routes as al-Qaeda, and has worked with both the mother organisation and its off-shoot Lashkar-e-Toiba, responsible for the November Mumbai attacks. He is also suspected in the Mumbai bombings that killed people and wounded Ruthless and determined, Guzman has succeeded in turning Ciudad Juarez, a strategic smuggling point that overlooks El Paso, Texas, into one of the murder capitals of the world through mind-numbingly brutal battles against both the Gulf and La Linea cartels, leaving thousands dead. Sinaloa smuggles many tonnes of cocaine from Colombia through Mexico into the United States, and is also heavily involved in Mexican methamphetamine, marijuana and heroin. Arrested in Russia for tax evasion in , Ukrainian-born Mogilevich was released in
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But when Osama bin Laden died from a shot to the head and another to the chest sometime between midnight and 1. How do you measure a Serbian ethnic cleanser against an American serial killer, dismemberer and necrophile; a Mexican drugs baron against a Rwandan genocide-merchant?
Most lists, sensibly, do not try. Bin Laden, indicted in absentia in New York in for his alleged part in the US embassy bombings in Dar es Salaam and Nairobi the previous year, was a bit of a misfit on that list. Robert William Fisher, for example, is wanted for allegedly killing his wife and two young children and then blowing up the house in which they all lived in Scottsdale, Arizona in April ; Alexis Flores for his alleged involvement in the kidnapping and murder of a five-year-old girl in Philadelphia.
Or indeed, as assorted warrants put it, of "organising a global network committed to bringing down the United States". The first person placed on the list was Thomas James Holden, wanted for the murder of his wife, her brother and her stepbrother. Down the years it has also featured the likes of James Earl Ray, the prime suspect in the assassination of Martin Luther King; the infamous serial killer Ted Bundy; and briefly civil rights activist Angela Davis.
According to the FBI, fugitives have figured on its 10 Most Wanted list, and have been captured or at least or located, of them with the help of the public.
Priorities have changed over time, the agency says. In the 50s, the list was "primarily comprised of bank robbers, burglars, and car thieves". In the radical 60s, "the list reflected the revolutionaries of the times, with destruction of government property, sabotage, and kidnapping dominating". The 70s were overwhelmingly about organised crime, and in the 80s and 90s the 10 Most Wanted began to include suspected international terrorists as well. In more recent years, common crimes have included rape and other sexual abuse, crimes against children, white-collar crime, gang violence and drug trafficking.
Maintaining such a list on a global scale has obvious pitfalls. Interpol, the international police organisation, makes no attempt to prioritise. The criminals who currently feature on its website range from an Australian kidnapper to an Argentinian counterfeiter. Its criteria, the magazine says, are that fugitives have been criminally indicted or charged in national jurisdictions or by an international tribunal, stand accused of "a long history of committing serious crimes", and are "still considered dangerous".
In addition, each is said to represent "a type of criminal problem with which legal institutions in diverse jurisdictions are grappling". It also ranks its candidates from one to But the list is disputable.
Augustin Bizimana, likewise, is the most senior of the 12 or so people wanted for genocide by the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda not to have been apprehended; the former defence minister faces charges over the massacre of , Tutsis and moderate Hutus in Some might like to see the name of Omar Hassan al-Bashir, the Sudanese dictator seen as responsible for ethnic cleansing that has left , dead and 2.
So who will replace Bin Laden for the list-makers? Some reckon Zawahiri is a shoo-in; other favour the Libyan, Anas al-Liby, or the Egyptian Saif al-Adel, both allegedly implicated in the east African embassy bombings. Adan el Shukrijumah, a Saudi citizen suspected of planning to attack the New York subway in , and Yasin, wanted in the World Trade Centre bombing, are also mentioned. Ultimately, such lists are always going to be subjective. Sinaloa smuggles many tonnes of cocaine from Colombia through Mexico into the United States, and is also heavily involved in Mexican methamphetamine, marijuana and heroin.
The most wanted man in India heads up a 5,strong organised crime network called the D-Company that is involved in everything from drugs trafficking to contract killing in Pakistan, India and the UAE. Currently on the Interpol wanted list for organised crime and counterfeiting, besides association with al-Qaida.
According to Washington, Ibrahim uses the same smuggling routes as al-Qaida and has worked with both the mother organisation and its offshoot Lashkar-e-Taiba, responsible for the November Mumbai attacks.
He is also suspected in the Mumbai bombings that killed people and wounded Like Bin Laden, Ibrahim may well be based in Pakistan. Nicknames include "Don Semyon" and "The Brainy Don"; often described as "the most dangerous mobster in the world". Nicknamed "Diabolik", after an Italian comic-book character.
Known for his fast lifestyle, Porsches and Rolex watches, he has been on the run since Major Russian mobster originally from Uzbekistan and apparently known as "Taiwanchik" for his Asian appearance. Washington describes him as a "major figure in international Eurasian organised crime" engaged in "drug distribution, illegal arms sales and trafficking in stolen vehicles.
Photograph: KRT Accused of bankrolling the Rwandan genocide, inciting bloodshed through his radio station and even supplying the machetes and hoes used in the massacres, Kabuga is wanted by the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda for "serious offences under the Geneva Conventions, crimes against humanity and genocide" in connection with the massacre of more than , Rwandan men, women and children in days of terror in Allegedly hiding in Kenya.
Has also operated in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Sudan, abducting an estimated 66, children and displacing more than two million people since The International Criminal Court has indicted him on 33 charges including crimes against humanity and war crimes. Pursued by the FBI for more than a decade for racketeering, murder his name has been linked to 19 killings from the early 70s up to the mids , conspiracy to commit murder, extortion, conspiracy to commit extortion, money laundering and narcotics distribution.
Last confirmed sighting was in London in Head of a Persian organised crime network in Canada linked to assorted Triads and other global criminal groups.
Reportedly a qualified surgeon, he speaks Arabic, English and French. The friendship between the two men supposedly began in the 80s when Zawahiri is said to have given medical treatment to Bin Laden in Afghanistan in the teeth of a Soviet attack. The original referred to the murder by plutonium poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko in This has been corrected.
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