Misty Mountain Hop

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Not sure exactly why this guy ran but he never ended up in prison. He recieved 6 months in the county jail.

Anyway he decided to move to South Carolina. So I execute my superior bountyhunting skills and get an address for him. Another agent and I drive the 8 hours to get there and once there we get out and start walking around. We walk past his mobile home several times then I finally see him sitting inside. I barge on in and he’s quickly arrested and taken out. There were 4 kids inside freaking out. I managed to calm everyone down and we transported him back to Florida that same night. Total hunt went for about 20 straight hours… exhausting. Total bond recovered was $10,026

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  • This guy looks a lot like “El Duce”, otherwise known as Eldon Hoke. Eldon Hoke was the guy who told the BBC that Courtney Love offered him “$50,000 to whack Kurt Cobain.” The BBC arranged for Hoke to take a polygraph test administered by the guy who gave O.J. Simpson his polygraph and it turns out that Hoke was 99.9% positively telling the truth. Mysteriously, Hoke was found dead less than a week later, after being hit by a train.

    Courtney Love definitely had Kurt killed and tried to make it look like an accident. If you don’t believe me or this information about Hoke, try looking at the enormous pile of other evidence supporting this theory at http://www.cobaincase.com

  • From WikiPedia –

    “In the mid-nineties, after the death of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, Hoke began making the claim that Cobain’s wife, Courtney Love, had offered to pay Hoke $50,000 to kill Cobain.[1] Hoke vigorously promoted his story in such media outlets as TV’s Jerry Springer Show, The National Enquirer weekly tabloid, and in Nick Broomfield’s documentary film, Kurt & Courtney.”

    “According to the book Who Killed Kurt Cobain? by Max Wallace and Ian Halperin, El Duce showed up at his friend Drew Gallagher’s home on April 17, 1997, asking where he could go to get a fake driver’s license. Hoke was incredibly paranoid and nervous at this time. When Gallagher asked what he meant, Hoke responded, “People get buried in cornfields, people get lost in swamps”, meaning he was in fear of his life. The author claims that Hoke secretly informed Gallagher of who he was told had “killed Kurt Cobain”.
    Hoke’s final musical performance was given on Friday, April 18, 1997 at Al’s Bar in downtown Los Angeles. He died on April 19, 1997 in Riverside, California after being hit by a train.”

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