Now that Osama Bin Laden is gone, people are wondering who now replaces his spot as the number one most wanted man in the world?
You would think that such a list just might go in succession, having all of them move up one, but it isn’t that simple. The FBI rates them on what events they have been involved in, like Daniel Andreas from San Diego California. He is an American citizen with ties to an extremist animal rights group, and is wanted for his involvement in a 2003 bombing of two office buildings in San Francisco.
Others think that the person who take that top spot is Egyptian Ayman Al-Zawahiri, considered to be a very close adviser to Bin Laden. He is wanted for his alleged role in the 1998 bombings of the U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya. The person who catches him could net a $25 million reward.
But it still is going to be hard to tell who the next person will be, especially sinc e at this time the FBI doesn’t have it figured out yet. What makes it harder is that the list can change at any moment, making subject to a big change on a 24 hour basis.
Our best bet would most likely be Zawahiri, but we have yet to see how the pieces fall.