HIDING OUT IN YOGA CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
Texas love-triangle fugitive Kaitlin Armstrong has evaded U.S. Marshals for four weeks now, slipping in and out of four airports in three states.
The murder suspect has been spotted at two airports in Texas, and at airports in New York and New Jersey, and then — poof! — she vanishes.
In addition to being a yoga instructor, Kaitlin worked as a realtor specializing in ‘international relocation.’ So she knows all the tricks about disappearing overseas.
The yoga guru could be in Nepal right now, far from the law in the mystical Himalayas where yoga originated 5,000 years ago — and where there is no extradition back to the U.S.
She was last seen being dropped off at Newark Airport in New Jersey on May 18, four days after taking a flights from Austin, Texas, to Houston and then to New York City.
At Newark Liberty Airport no one name Kaitlin Armstrong boarded an outbound flight, but being a hunted fugitive on the lam she’s not stupid enough to use her real name. So, she either boarded a flight under a phony name or went to Newark just to fool the cops. Either way, she vanished again. Now I know why they call it Liberty Airport.
U.S. Marshals have offered $5,000 reward for information on her whereabouts.
The 34-year-old is wanted for the murder of professional cyclist Moirah (Mo) Wilson, 25, who was shot to death in a friend’s apartment in Austin on May 11.
Kaitlin was furious when she recently found out that her boyfriend, gravel cyclist Colin Strickland, 35, had an affair with Mo Wilson several months earlier, and threatened to kill her love rival. The 9-mm pistol used to murder Wilson matches the gun that Strickland gave Kaitlin many months ago.
I strongly doubt if she’s ‘armed and dangerous.’ She would not have been able to board an airplane with a gun and she’s not dumb enough to pick one up on the run and risk it being traced.
So, the hunt for the elusive Kaitlin A. goes on. The Marshals are getting desperate, but Kaitlin, being an instructor in the ancient discipline of yoga, is undoubtedly calm of mind and detached from the whole fugitive thing.
If she did take a plane anywhere it could have been to Nepal, the yoga capital of the world that has no extradition treaty with the U.S. (I’m thinking of going there myself and becoming immersed in the Eternal Dharma.)
𑐫𑐾𑑃 𑐡𑐾𑐫𑑂 / येँ देय् CHECK IT OUT, DUDE AND DUDESSES!
Earlier story here.
4 thoughts on “Kaitlin Armstrong in Katmandu by now”
But isn’t it odd that one trained in Yoga, ‘an instructor in the ancient discipline of yoga,’ who is ‘undoubtedly calm of mind and detached from the whole fugitive thing’, and yet was driven to kill a love rival? Cheers, Michael
She did indeed lose her ‘calm’ that day. She has eluded the law so far but she will never escape Karma.