posted on Apr, 21 2014 @ 11:06 PM
a reply to: Bassago
You know, I spent a bit of time thinking about this. What is the common denominator here for his focus? National Parks. Okay... So what is special
about a National Park? Why would an abductor favor a national park? (lets start with human, since I never heard him get specific on that part)
Well, again..What makes them different than anywhere else? In this context..A few things. Actually.
- No Cops. There are Rangers, but there is quite the chasm between a street cop hunting trouble and a park ranger wearing many hats, and covering
almost absurdly large areas for the resources. (I.E...It's kinda lawless if it's not bad luck)
- Comfy People. It's vacation, it's a national park...and it's many many miles to a nasty old dangerous city. So...why not live a little ...or
vanish a lot?
- 360 Degrees of escape. Given the lack of sign, scent (often on his cases) or other indicators of ..well..anything? It might be reasonable to think
they wouldn't be your average bumbling criminals. If they are woodsman, there could well be little to no sign and off in whatever direction simple
has no other people.
Overseas people markets exist. Of that, there is absolutely no question. It's documented. Busts have been made at some levels of it. Such a thing
would need fed to sustain a market, as obscene as that is to say for what it implies....but the above 3 things would be mighty attractive factors if
it's high dollar human trafficking. In fact, it might even be worth hiring professionally skilled people.
Just my thoughts after the vid/interview and reading a bit about it. It would be what a national park would be special for, in criminal abduction,
anyway. I can't think of much else that a criminal would see as a good thing, they'd stand out for.