Bobby Youstra is wanted on one count of treason, two counts of conspiracy to commit treason, one count of conspiracy to commit terrorism, two counts of attacking a federal official, and one count of resisting arrest. He currently lives in Portola Valley in the United States. He cannot be arrested, except by the United States, and therefore all we can do is suggest that you stay away from this area and do not interact with this anarchist. Some possible conspirators of Bobby Youstra are Matthew Ring, Cole Gilbert, and Grant Whitman. Although there is no evidence against these people, they work for or have close relations with Bobby Youstra, and therefore should also be avoided. Matthew Ring was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit treason and one count of aiding and abetting to treason, and was pronounced guilty on the former charge. He was pardoned by Supreme Consul Peter Herz, for his successful foreign and domestic policy work for the country. Later, Bobby Youstra's corruptive political party, the Alternative Hurliherzistan Party, was labelled as a terrorist organization, and citizens who registered as a member were placed on a watch list.
Though not a notorious criminal, Hurliherzistan has a very low crime rate, and therefore not many criminals. Matthew was caught making plans to overthrow the government and was tried for conspiracy to commit treason and aiding and abetting to treason. Matthew was found guilty of the former charge and sent to 12 years in a rehabilitation prison. The Supreme Consul pardoned Matthew the next day, for his great service to the country. Matthew continues to work in the government and has since then stopped being Bobby Youstra's campaign manager and has had little contact with his former coconspirator. As the Consul of Immigration and Citizenship, Matthew intends to great a uniform immigration system and create and dispense Hurliherzistani passports. He is considered a reformed member of society.
Henry Herz attacked the Supreme Consul in a military coup, and was stopped by Jack Herz. He was then put on trial for one count of treason, one count of conspiracy to attack a federal official, and one count of attacking a federal official. Henry was found guilty of all charges and was exiled to the United States for five years. After this time expires he may be allowed back inside the country and treated as a reformed member of society. As of now he lives in Virginia, continuing his education and has hopefully been rehabilitated.