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Pennsylvania Trooper Ambush Suspect Spotted, Still at Large

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A woman in northeastern Pennsylvania says she spotted trooper ambush suspect Eric Frein while taking a walk Friday, a “high-credibility” sighting that has authorities refocusing their search. More Here.

October 20, 2014

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Leonard Mather @ 10/20/2014 6:11 PM

On 9/26/14 I attended my Homecoming at Wilkes U and was in the area where Frein killed the Trooper. As a Forensic Psychologist, I was asked where he might be hiding. My profile included his hiding in the woodlands of the Poconos, near a stream that he could traverse so as to have his scent dissipated to foil dogs. Then he would use cabins and get stored food for survival. Now that I am back in GA, I am astounded that he has been so successful in eluding the PA State Police. We need some Sniper trained LEO's to do the search at night with night vision goggles and he should be shot on sight. Not more than one dog and at least two LEO's with night vision goggles.

TheRookie @ 10/20/2014 9:34 PM

Leonard, You are correct. I was a Deputy involved with the 1995/96 Billy Burkhart manhunt in Fairplay (Park County) Colorado. He evaded L.E. for the first 2 months & was caught on a fluke by outgoing Sheriff Bob Harrison in January 1996. He was way way less skilled than Frein is. Just as nuts but less skilled. In them forest type areas that they have traversed for years it's all but impossible to get a legit stable sighting.

PoPo @ 10/22/2014 6:54 AM

Mr. Mather, I appreciate your input but it doesn't take a Forensic Psychologist to know Frein is hiding in the woods, needs a water source and shelter from the weather. He has been planning this, so having several stash sights also is a simple deduction. I prefer using a Psychic, they know where all the bodies are hidden. I also use a professional Dowser who uses their rods to locate possible water sources. And of course the hobbits in the woods who know how to shrink themselves to fit into the nooks and crannies.

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