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One Of America’s Most Wanted Fugitives Posts Wedding Photo On Social Media, U.S. Marshals State

Jihad Amir Ramadan, 30, must have believed he was in the clear when he posted a wedding photo of himself and his bride to social media, two years after being declared one of America’s Most Wanted. On Monday, U.S. Marshals released a photo of Ramadan that had been posted to a friend’s Myspace account back... Read more » One Of America’s Most Wanted Fugitives Posts Wedding Photo On Social Media, U.
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