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David Frank made all of Paul's video's. nothing is credible with his video's. I remember the one where he tries to show it matches Kenny's handwriting from the ticket. he also keeps stating Larry Carr, and the FBI believe he has solved the case.

I just looked up his video where he tries to explain the match. here is what some of the comments say below the video.



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Appreciate your hard work.  However if you are going to use particular letters as looking similar.  Your case is simply lame and of no credibility.  While you speak in the video I lool at the other letters and they are so far from similar it's embarrassing to the claim you are making.  With all due respect to your interest and passion you are so far off it's laughable and not even close to solid evidence.

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I don't see the letters matching up as perfectly and how are these letters proved to be from the person who hi jacked the flight. Would you need to know who that person is for sure?

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Dude they dont match at all ur nuts lol

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Sorry, but the handwriting on the letter does not look anything like the handwriting from Christiansen. Also the plane ticket was not filled out by the hijacker.  Lastly, how do you know that the letters sent to the newspapers was actually sent by the hijacker? 

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Do you really think a guy plans and executes an extremely dangerous skyjacking so he can send easily decoded letters to a newspaper?

I'm not buying it.

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iI am a handwritting print analyst for the U.S. Navy and this particular set of block print handwritting is not even close to matching. Compare the "one stroke" R to the two stroke R on the envelope and letter. Notice the "top hook" C, heavy pull, on the evelope is not consistent with the C on the letter. I could do this all day with this comparison. With a very high  degree of certainty, this is a falsified letter. Too many inconsistancies and the different personalities writting them are very clear.
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Atlas asked me for contacts at the FBI, and I gave them this list. I also inlcuded the contact information for about half of these folks.

Did I miss anyone?
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Norjak Case Agents (All Norjak Case Agents are Seattle-based.):

1.   Curtis Eng, 2010-present
2.   Larry Carr, 2007-2009
3.   Eric Mueller, 2004, defended FBI in law suit by Galen Cook
4.   Ralph Hope, 1995-2001
5.   Ron Nichols, 1977- 1990(?) Norjak case agent when money was found in 1980
6.   Charlie Farrell, 1971-1977, original Norjak case agent


Principal Norjak Agents, Seattle FO, the Office of Origin:

1.   J. Earl Milnes, team leader at Sea-Tac on Nov. 24, 1971
2.   Tom Manning, team leader for ground search, November, 1971
3.   John Detlor, squad leader, Norjak; also wrote “History of FBI.”
4.   George Grotz, rookie agent on ground search, April 1972
5.   Gary Tallis, spotter on helos for two weeks. Nov 1971
6.   Sid Rubin, Sea-Tac perimeter security night of skyjacking
7.   Bob Sale, joined FBI in 1970s, part of org. crime task force, friend of Farrell
8.   Ron Glasser, Nichols’ assistant and best friend, 1980-1990 circa.
9.   Bob Fuhriman, special agent, still follows the case - at Gray’s book signing, 2011
10.   John Steele, special agent, 1971
11.   Jeremy Blauser, joined Norjak in 2008, then disappeared,


Portland FO:

1.   Julie Mattson, SAC, 1971, first on scene at PDX, took command.
2.   Ralph Himmelsbach, skyjacking specialist, 1971-1980, team leader on money find, 1980; also presented govt case in Grand Jury hearing, 1976.
3.   Dorwin Schroeder, skyjacking specialist, 1980-1995, PIO for money find in 1980
4.   Mike McPheters, skyjacking specialist in Miami and Portland, on money find dig


Other FOs:

1.   Russ Calame, SAC, Salt Lake City, 1972, collared McCoy, 1972.
2.   Nick O’Hara, team leader in Virginia Beach shoot out with McCoy, 1974.
3.   Lee Dormuth, special agent in San Diego, 1971, brother in law of Tina Mucklow, flew to Reno, Nov. 24, 1971.
4.   Mary Jane Fryar, team leader, San Francisco FO, swabbed Sheridan Peterson, 2002
5.   Nicole Devereaux, special agent, San Francisco, investigated Peterson, 2002
6.   Red Campbell, Las Vegas FO, team leader for evidence retrieval, Reno, 1971
7.   John Norris, Reno FO, supervising agent, evidence retrieval in Reno, 1971
8.   Jack Ricks, special agent, part of four-man squad on board 305 for evidence retrieval.
9.   Alf Stousland, special agent, fourth member of on-board team for evidence retrieval. Note: Campbell, Norris, Ricks and Stousland were all interviewed by Bernie Rhodes multiple times and were found to be “victims of some strange post-hypnotic suggestion.”


Other principals:

1.   Ayn Dietrich-Williams, PIO, Seattle, 2010-present
2.   Robbie Burroughs, PIO Seattle, 2007-2009
3.   Fred Gutt, acting PIO Seattle, 2009-present
4.   “Jake” and “Jimmy” interviewed Sailshaw, 2012.


 

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Re: DB Cooper TV project - now looking for Experts, Enthusiasts and more!
« Reply #32 on: June 05, 2015, 05:25:45 PM »
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Mic Wright, a reporter with an online magazine called The Next Web, has contacted me. He's interested in doing a story on the impacts of the Internet in the DB Cooper investigation. Mic seems knowledgeable and the organization seems legit, so this could be an interesting expansion of our work here.

Surprisingly, he's from Dublin, and I don't know where The Next Web is based. Perhaps Ireland as well.

But it has given me the inspiration to write more about the role of the Internet and folks like us in criminal investigations.

Any thoughts?
 

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« Reply #33 on: June 06, 2015, 03:52:01 PM »
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Mic Wright, a reporter with an online magazine called The Next Web, has contacted me. He's interested in doing a story on the impacts of the Internet in the DB Cooper investigation. Mic seems knowledgeable and the organization seems legit, so this could be an interesting expansion of our work here.

Surprisingly, he's from Dublin, and I don't know where The Next Web is based. Perhaps Ireland as well.

But it has given me the inspiration to write more about the role of the Internet and folks like us in criminal investigations.

Any thoughts?

Since nobody has bothered to answer your dream-state speculation, I will.

Yes. You dont have the information base to even begin to attempt a cogent article on that subject! You don't know the difference between relationships you dream up and overlay on people in the world vs. actual relationships working in the real world! There is a significant difference. (to put it mildly).

Role of the Internet and folks like us? You dont even know who "folks like us" are. You presume to know who and what we are and include yourself in that?

Good luck with that!

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Re: DB Cooper TV project - now looking for Experts, Enthusiasts and more!
« Reply #34 on: June 06, 2015, 04:25:10 PM »
Other than giving exposure to my dream states, what would you say the impact of the Internet has been in the Norjak investigation?

The Cooper forum here, the DZ, Ckret, the many emails between researchers, the role of Snowmman, etc.
 

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« Reply #35 on: June 07, 2015, 04:44:57 PM »
Media Update

Geoffrey Gray seems to be part of a new literary venture in NYC. I thought I'd keep y'all posted.

This email just came in from GG:

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We've just returned from an inspection onboard the S.S. True, and many have asked when to reserve spaces for True's upcoming shipwreck fishing party. Tickets go on sale to the public early this week, and we're offering friends, family and True members early spaces (along with a $40 per mate discount)  so best to reserve tonight or tomorrow. Transportation to the boat will be available. Details are below.
 
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« Reply #36 on: June 07, 2015, 05:08:40 PM »
I just received the same email  ;D ;D
 

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« Reply #37 on: June 09, 2015, 09:04:14 PM »
Just had a 2.5 hour chat with Mic Wright from The Next Web. He's very interested in the case, especially how it continues to have so much interest, passion - and even spittle - among us. He's talked with Tom Kaye and is aiming for Snowmman and Three. Shut is next!

He's very knowledgeable. Knows of Jon Ronson and the "Men Who Stare at Goats," remote viewing, etc.
 

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« Reply #38 on: June 09, 2015, 09:35:16 PM »
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Just had a 2.5 hour chat with Mic Wright from The Next Web. He's very interested in the case, especially how it continues to have so much interest, passion - and even spittle - among us. He's talked with Tom Kaye and is aiming for Snowmman and Three. Shut is next!

He's very knowledgeable. Knows of Jon Ronson and the "Men Who Stare at Goats," remote viewing, etc.


Tell Mic his account has been approved....
 

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« Reply #39 on: June 11, 2015, 10:24:45 PM »
Hi y'all:

Been busy trying to make a living and finding a new job lately, but I did manage to work in a Skype interview with Atlas on May 20th last.  They will show you how to set up Skype and get it working if you are a total novice with Skype, like me.  I have it now, would love to chat with many of you.  I don't quite know how to get that going, but I will research it and maybe I can talk with you, Bruce and Shutter, for starters.  I agree with Bruce, I think Atlas is trying to do a good thing for the DBC case -- getting exposure to a brand new audience.  I am still muddling through on how to post to this site, so if I mess up, be patient.  I may contact a couple of you to get some pointers.  Meyer :)
 

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« Reply #40 on: June 11, 2015, 10:27:19 PM »
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Hi y'all:

Been busy trying to make a living and finding a new job lately, but I did manage to work in a Skype interview with Atlas on May 20th last.  They will show you how to set up Skype and get it working if you are a total novice with Skype, like me.  I have it now, would love to chat with many of you.  I don't quite know how to get that going, but I will research it and maybe I can talk with you, Bruce and Shutter, for starters.  I agree with Bruce, I think Atlas is trying to do a good thing for the DBC case -- getting exposure to a brand new audience.  I am still muddling through on how to post to this site, so if I mess up, be patient.  I may contact a couple of you to get some pointers.  Meyer :)


Nice to hear from you Meyer! if you need any help with this forum, just give me a shout. I would be glad to do a Skype with you in the future. just let me know...

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« Reply #41 on: June 11, 2015, 11:31:32 PM »
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Hi y'all:

Been busy trying to make a living and finding a new job lately, but I did manage to work in a Skype interview with Atlas on May 20th last.  They will show you how to set up Skype and get it working if you are a total novice with Skype, like me.  I have it now, would love to chat with many of you.  I don't quite know how to get that going, but I will research it and maybe I can talk with you, Bruce and Shutter, for starters.  I agree with Bruce, I think Atlas is trying to do a good thing for the DBC case -- getting exposure to a brand new audience.  I am still muddling through on how to post to this site, so if I mess up, be patient.  I may contact a couple of you to get some pointers.  Meyer :)


Nice to hear from you Meyer! if you need any help with this forum, just give me a shout. I would be glad to do a Skype with you in the future. just let me know...

Shutter

Are there any directions available from Shutter Unlimited or Simple Machines on how to use this site?  The only advice that I could give Meyer recently was to click the buttons and see what happens.
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« Reply #42 on: June 11, 2015, 11:39:55 PM »
...but there are so many buttons....

I feel Meyer's pain. I spoke with Mic Wright on Skype a couple of days ago and it took HEROIC efforts on his part to walk me through a volume glitch.  Skype even has a "page share" function so he could see my page and try to figure out what BUTTONS I had to hit here. But after 30 minutes he could finally hear me.

Of course, I had a lot to say!

Smile...

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« Reply #43 on: June 12, 2015, 07:22:59 AM »
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Are there any directions available from Shutter Unlimited or Simple Machines on how to use this site?  The only advice that I could give Meyer recently was to click the buttons and see what happens.

We have a help section, but sometimes makes things worse. seems like I need to make a short video on the basic functions of this site.
 

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« Reply #44 on: June 22, 2015, 09:59:22 PM »
Bruce, I moved your post over to the " New Forum & News updates"
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