Fugitive Tracker Rates 9 Fugitive Chases In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? | Insider

Retired police captain and Special Deputy US Marshal Rasheen Peppers rates fugitive chases in movies and TV, such as “The Fugitive,” for realism.

Peppers breaks down the accuracy of various apprehension operations in “The Fugitive” (1993), “21 Bridges” (2019), and “The Bourne Supremacy” (2004), starring Matt Damon. He looks at the realism of surveillance and tracking methods in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” (2014), “Breaking Bad” (2013), and “Catch Me If You Can” (2002), starring Leonardo DiCaprio. He also breaks down the safety procedures during fugitive arrests in “Salt” (2010), “Prison Break” (2005), and “U.S. Marshals” (1998), starring Tommy Lee Jones.

Peppers was in law enforcement for 25 years, with 10 years of experience in fugitive investigations as a member of the US Marshals New York/New Jersey Regional Fugitive Task Force. In 2009, “America’s Most Wanted” nominated Peppers as one of its top fugitive hunters. He was also featured in the A&E reality show “Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force.”

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Fugitive Tracker Rates 9 Fugitive Chases In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? | Insider

23 Replies to “Fugitive Tracker Rates 9 Fugitive Chases In Movies And TV | How Real Is It? | Insider”

  1. I love this video. He was so cool and informative and gave this video a good entertaining experience

  2. Nice, an episode where I've seen almost all the movies and shows. Wonderful expert! Knowledgeable and succinct.

  3. Next y'all should get a mime to review mimes in television and movies. But, obviously, they'd have to mime the whole thing. Riveting stuff.

  4. Just like anything else, if you want to succeed, you need to know just as much, if not more than your adversary. I was a fugitive for over 5 years, but eventually turned myself in so I could get married and move on after serving my time. I spent 18 months learning/studying everything I could find on how the marshals service operates, who they hire and why, what their SOPs are, how they think, what their training consists of, etc. I even went to a local range frequented by SWAT officers, veterans, etc. once a week for over a year. I scrubbed all social media, cut all communication with family/friends, grew a beard, dyed my hair, got colored contacts, lost 30+ lbs (185 down to 152), avoided jobs similar to ones I worked prior and so on. It got to the point where I was forgotten and could have likely lived the rest of my life without worry, but I would have to come to grips with never seeing my family again, never traveling abroad again, never acknowledging my actual identity again… One day I woke up and called the agency that was hunting me (I was on the nightly news in multiple states dozens of times) and discussed a deal that my attorney presented and was ultimately accepted. The point of my post is that it’s actually far easier to evade capture than law enforcement would like you to believe, but it requires a combination of discipline, mental acuity, creativity and determination that is unpalatable or untenable for most people. I won’t lie and say anything I did was fun or easy or even remotely enjoyable, but when faced with losing your freedom, even the harshest conditions are embraced with open arms. I apologize for the lengthy comment, I just thought I could add something to the topic from a different perspective.

  5. You should get this guy back to do episodes of justified, given that that’s about a US Marshall

  6. The no-knock most often ends with the pigs kicking in the door of an innocent person and then refusing to admit they were wrong.

  7. no knock warrants are stupid, the thought of a officer knocking and posing a risk but not knocking and kicking down the door with no risk is ridiculous in America. Where almost everyone has a gun.

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