FBI Asks For 10% “Discount” Over One Million Dollar Kidnap Ransom

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Not long after Leslie Trejo, a 19 year old girl, was reported missing, Baltimore authorities received an anonymous phone call, in which the caller, revealed that he was holding Leslie hostage and later demanded the FBI to pay a $1,000,000 ransom for the girl. Immediately after the kidnapper requested the Million dollars, an FBI agent allegedly asked the kidnapper for a “discount” on the Million dollar ransom. Scoop reports:

Reports are saying that gunshots were heard through the phone after the agent asked for the discount. Authorities believe the kidnapper shot and killed Leslie out of anger for the request.

“Very tragic”, says FBI agent Earl Boyd, “We were definitely going to pay the Million dollars, however, it would’ve been better if maybe we got a discount of 10% off right?” finished Boyd. Since the apparent murder of Leslie, authorities have still not been able to track down the kidnapper nor Leslie.

The family of Leslie are currently mourning her disappearance and speculated death. The family of Leslie blame the agent who asked for the discount, however, no lawsuits will be filed by the family. Authorities are currently investigating the disappearance and are attempting to track down the kidnapper. We will update you on Leslie’s kidnapping as the story unfolds.

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