Suspected child pornographer Eric Justin Toth has replaced Osama bin Laden on the FBI's Most-Wanted list.
Toth, a former third-grade teacher at the prestigious Beauvoir-National Cathedral School in Washington, D.C., has bumped off the deceased al-Qaeda leader as the newest addition to the FBI’s list of the world's most heinous criminals.
Toth has been sought by the FBI's Washington Field Office for almost four years since he was indicted in December 2008, after pornographic images were found months before on a school camera that Toth had used for some time.
According to FBI officials, it is unclear how many children Toth allegedly abused and possibly molested. Says ABC News: Toth was last seen in Arizona in 2009 after he was believed to have been on the run through Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Minnesota.
Officials suspect that Toth works as a tutor and possibly as a male nanny seeking access to children.
The FBI also said he is skilled with computers and is security conscious. He is reassuring and is capable of gaining the trust of people, making him dangerous.
He might be preying on more children because child pornographers often are repeat offenders.
The FBI is offering up to $100,000 for information directly leading to Toth's arrest. Bin Laden had a $25 million bounty when he was the most wanted man in the world.