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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2550 on: May 18, 2020, 01:01:05 AM »
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Does anyone know if the boot prints were made by “Wing Walker” chukka boots?

You mean at the Heisson store break-in?

Yes I thought so - thanks. Since the crew described seeing loafers Im inclined to go with that pending some revelation from somebody!  ;)
Yes, or on the plane.
 

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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2551 on: May 19, 2020, 03:04:29 AM »
Clarification on the Heisson story flyjack posted the 302 a while back and he never said boots were stolen, the 302 says there were military style boot prints found at the scene. I can see how you could get that mixed up. FJ posted some shoes that had the same type of military sole but resembled loafers.
 
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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2552 on: May 19, 2020, 04:34:49 AM »
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Clarification on the Heisson story flyjack posted the 302 a while back and he never said boots were stolen, the 302 says there were military style boot prints found at the scene. I can see how you could get that mixed up. FJ posted some shoes that had the same type of military sole but resembled loafers.

The sheriff's report might add some clarification ... and as FJ notes, there was a railroad crossing just feet from the store. The shoe debate has gone around and around for years ... when they find impressions of a military style boot on the money - lets us all know! Im probably giving somebody a new narrative here!  ;) ;)     

McNally might have an opinion about Cooper's style of dress?   
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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2553 on: May 19, 2020, 11:49:15 PM »
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Clarification on the Heisson story flyjack posted the 302 a while back and he never said boots were stolen, the 302 says there were military style boot prints found at the scene. I can see how you could get that mixed up. FJ posted some shoes that had the same type of military sole but resembled loafers.

Im sure you've been reading FJ's posts at DZ.  See his post on a parachute found in the area. Evidently the FBI rejected the chute based on advice from Cossey! 
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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2554 on: May 19, 2020, 11:50:13 PM »
Another doc related to the Heisson matter above -
 

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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2555 on: May 20, 2020, 10:18:39 PM »
Interesting.  A search of News Articles brings up only four (4) instances of the phrase, "negotiable American currency."

1927 - NY Daily News, in an article about the purse of the upcoming Dempsey vs. Tunney rematch
1958 - The Montgomery Advisor (Ala.), Politics section, in a nameless editorial rant about money in baseball
1970 - (*See Attachment 1)
2011 - In a Canadian article about the Citizen Sleuths.

The 1970 date stuck out to me, and I read that one first.  Then it mentioned counterfeit money, which peaked my interested even more...

And then I removed the word "American" and searched again, and was wildly underwhelmed by the over 3,000 instances of that phrase being written in newsprint, from all regions and most states of the country as well as Australia, Canada and the U.K.  Everything from police blotters to financial news to freaking horoscopes has the term "negotiable currency" in it. One instance was a lawsuit with an order to pay the plaintiff in "negotiable currency of the United States."

Verdict:  the term is not altogether irrelevant, but does not establish likelihood of being Canadian or otherwise foreign.  At best it shows that Cooper was better at communicating than your average Warner Brothers cartoon mob goon.
 

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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2556 on: May 21, 2020, 12:10:22 AM »
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Interesting.  A search of News Articles brings up only four (4) instances of the phrase, "negotiable American currency."

1927 - NY Daily News, in an article about the purse of the upcoming Dempsey vs. Tunney rematch
1958 - The Montgomery Advisor (Ala.), Politics section, in a nameless editorial rant about money in baseball
1970 - (*See Attachment 1)
2011 - In a Canadian article about the Citizen Sleuths.

The 1970 date stuck out to me, and I read that one first.  Then it mentioned counterfeit money, which peaked my interested even more...

And then I removed the word "American" and searched again, and was wildly underwhelmed by the over 3,000 instances of that phrase being written in newsprint, from all regions and most states of the country as well as Australia, Canada and the U.K.  Everything from police blotters to financial news to freaking horoscopes has the term "negotiable currency" in it. One instance was a lawsuit with an order to pay the plaintiff in "negotiable currency of the United States."

Verdict:  the term is not altogether irrelevant, but does not establish likelihood of being Canadian or otherwise foreign.  At best it shows that Cooper was better at communicating than your a


COMPLAINTS FILED!  There is something wrong with you bud.
 

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Re: General Questions About The Case
« Reply #2557 on: May 21, 2020, 12:27:25 AM »
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Interesting.  A search of News Articles brings up only four (4) instances of the phrase, "negotiable American currency."

1927 - NY Daily News, in an article about the purse of the upcoming Dempsey vs. Tunney rematch
1958 - The Montgomery Advisor (Ala.), Politics section, in a nameless editorial rant about money in baseball
1970 - (*See Attachment 1)
2011 - In a Canadian article about the Citizen Sleuths.

The 1970 date stuck out to me, and I read that one first.  Then it mentioned counterfeit money, which peaked my interested even more...

And then I removed the word "American" and searched again, and was wildly underwhelmed by the over 3,000 instances of that phrase being written in newsprint, from all regions and most states of the country as well as Australia, Canada and the U.K.  Everything from police blotters to financial news to freaking horoscopes has the term "negotiable currency" in it. One instance was a lawsuit with an order to pay the plaintiff in "negotiable currency of the United States."

Verdict:  the term is not altogether irrelevant, but does not establish likelihood of being Canadian or otherwise foreign.  At best it shows that Cooper was better at communicating than your a


COMPLAINTS FILED!  There is something wrong with you bud.

1) Complaint about what?
2) Make sure to file a second complaint about yourself calling Eric and/or Bruce a wackjob (see other thread).
3) Really, just log off and go away if you have nothing to contribute.
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