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« Reply #2610 on: November 14, 2016, 02:40:23 PM »
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Update on Tom Colbert

Tom was a guest on Coast to Coast AM tonight. He clearly stated that Bill Mitchell identified Rackstraw as DB Cooper. The host, Richard Syrett, said, "Bingo!" and ended the show by saying "I guess that really is Case Closed."

I waited for over two hours on the phone with C2C staff to confront Tom on three things:

1. The second money find.
2. Titanium on the tie
3. DNA samples from three different males

I wanted to find out what Tom is actually doing about these pieces of evidence, but the C2C people never put me on. Oh, well. I'll send my press kit to their producers for future reference.

They may not have put you on because they know you are "pretending" too!  A circus can only put on so many acts in a 90 minute show. You may have to develop a high-wire act to get the attention you deserve?  O0

These things always work better after about ten beers.  :))
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« Reply #2611 on: November 19, 2016, 11:23:54 PM »
Will put this here so all will see it - Shutter can move it if he wants ...

THE BRAND NEW OFFICIAL ARIEL STORE FACEBOOK PAGE - HOOOOOOOOORAY & CONGRATS BYRAN!

I got a person evite tonight so went there and yep, its the new official Ariel Store Facebook page. At:
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So it's official. Yawl (you all) come on down! 

Thanks Bryan Woodruff.

Jerry


 

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2612 on: November 22, 2016, 06:19:13 PM »
Charles Herzig

Dos anyone know this guy? He has started emailing me and claims to be a freelance contractor in cyber security. He says he is working on a personal project to investigate certain suspects in the DB Cooper case. He's proving to be a little wonky - when I email him I get an auto reply in German, and my translation says it is gibberish.

I was wondering if he is a new incarnation of Reichenbach/Skoland/Moriarty, or some new guy acting weird.
 

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2613 on: November 22, 2016, 11:28:40 PM »
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Charles Herzig

Dos anyone know this guy? He has started emailing me and claims to be a freelance contractor in cyber security. He says he is working on a personal project to investigate certain suspects in the DB Cooper case. He's proving to be a little wonky - when I email him I get an auto reply in German, and my translation says it is gibberish.

I was wondering if he is a new incarnation of Reichenbach/Skoland/Moriarty, or some new guy acting weird.

Try a Gullah or Geechee translator.
 

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2614 on: November 23, 2016, 04:36:35 PM »
Happy Anniversary

45 Years, today. Woo-hoo!

Perfect weather for stealing an airplane, here in Cooper country. Low 40s in air temp. Intermittent rain. Some weak "sun breaks," everything is damp, and it gets really dark when the sun goes down.
 

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2615 on: November 23, 2016, 06:31:11 PM »
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Happy Anniversary

45 Years, today. Woo-hoo!

Perfect weather for stealing an airplane, here in Cooper country. Low 40s in air temp. Intermittent rain. Some weak "sun breaks," everything is damp, and it gets really dark when the sun goes down.

Eh, isn't today the 23rd? Anniversary would be tomorrow, the 24th, no?
 

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2616 on: November 23, 2016, 06:40:56 PM »
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Happy Anniversary

45 Years, today. Woo-hoo!

Perfect weather for stealing an airplane, here in Cooper country. Low 40s in air temp. Intermittent rain. Some weak "sun breaks," everything is damp, and it gets really dark when the sun goes down.

FYI. Geoffrey Gray posted this on Facebook. You need an email to sign up for the site. Once in, click on Special ops on the top menu bar.

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2617 on: November 23, 2016, 10:09:48 PM »
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Happy Anniversary

45 Years, today. Woo-hoo!

Perfect weather for stealing an airplane, here in Cooper country. Low 40s in air temp. Intermittent rain. Some weak "sun breaks," everything is damp, and it gets really dark when the sun goes down.

Eh, isn't today the 23rd? Anniversary would be tomorrow, the 24th, no?

Technically, yes. But I cherish the Eve of Thanksgiving as the real day.
 

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« Reply #2618 on: November 23, 2016, 11:23:10 PM »
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Happy Anniversary

45 Years, today. Woo-hoo!

Perfect weather for stealing an airplane, here in Cooper country. Low 40s in air temp. Intermittent rain. Some weak "sun breaks," everything is damp, and it gets really dark when the sun goes down.

FYI. Geoffrey Gray posted this on Facebook. You need an email to sign up for the site. Once in, click on Special ops on the top menu bar.

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Really! ? Tell us all about it Vicki. The "FBI's Confidential Case files" ?  Special permission required from Geoffrey Gray? true.ink/story/join/.  Is Gray now working with Wiki Sqeaks?

How come Tom Kaye and Bruce Smith and 377 have been left out?

   
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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2619 on: November 24, 2016, 12:06:40 AM »
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FYI. Geoffrey Gray posted this on Facebook. You need an email to sign up for the site. Once in, click on Special ops on the top menu bar.

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Thanks, Vick - this is a great link. With lots of help from GG I was finally able to access the site and I'm reading the first batch. It's the file on the passengers. Absolute Gold Mine.

I've asked GG how he intends to make it available here. It deserves center stage.
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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2620 on: November 24, 2016, 12:11:03 AM »
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Thanks, Vick - this is a great link. With lots of help from GG I was finally able to access the site and I'm reading the first batch. It's the file on the passengers. Absolute Gold Mine.

I've asked GG how he intends to make it available here. It deserves center stage.

So you and Vicki give us the inside dope on this revelation?  Has Shutter seen these files, if not why not?

 

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« Reply #2621 on: November 24, 2016, 12:29:35 AM »
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Thanks, Vick - this is a great link. With lots of help from GG I was finally able to access the site and I'm reading the first batch. It's the file on the passengers. Absolute Gold Mine.

I've asked GG how he intends to make it available here. It deserves center stage.

Maybe its time to charge you (and all other Commercial Vendors) an admission fee here - eh?

Something tells me its an idea whose idea has come - some sympathy for it? Eh Brucey Baby?

All Clint Eastwood clones & impersonators  must pay!  O0 C:-)

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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2622 on: November 24, 2016, 01:23:59 AM »
Initial report from GG's Files

The file is almost 200 pages long. Some of it we have seen before, such as the pages on the parachutes.
Here are some of the highlights:

I. Passengers.
Only a handful of interviews are recorded. Some of the highlights are homes addresses and phone numbers. Also, exact seat position, and a general overview of the conditions on the plane during the hijacking. There is also a passenger list provided, but it only has 30 names on it.

1. Georger Labissioniere
Sat in Row 13. Able to use rear lav during the flight at last twice. Was blocked once by Tina, and another time by a passenger who was wearing a cowboy hat and got rowdy. Labissioniere and Tina got the cowboy settled down. DBC even voiced his support.
GL said DBC was  - 35 y.o
                          - 5'10"
                          - 150 lbs
                          - medium build

2. Robert Gregory.
Said he was the last passenger to board the aircraft. Flo later said in the report that DBC was "next-to-last." Gregory said that he in the "last row" but then stated that DBC was sitting behind him. Passenger only moved forward when the plane had landed!
Gregory said DBC was    - 35
                                    - 5'9"
                                    - swarthy, Mexican-American, with Native-American blood
                                    - black greasy hair
                                    - wearing that reddish jacket!

3. Cord Harms Spreckel
Said he sat in Row 17, directly in front of DBC.
Said DBC was:  - 50 yo
                       - 5'10"
                       - medium build

4. William Mitchell
Sat in Row 18. Saw DBC spill a drink.
Says that DBC was:       - 5'9"
                                   - had "saggy chin"
                                   - kept his left hand in briefcase
                                   - said DBC had a "sack"

5. Mrs. Nancy House
Sat in Row 16, right side. Saw DBC carry the briefcase flat while exiting the rear lav. On top of the briefcase was a bag, she estimated to be FOUR inches think and about the same width and length of the briefcase, maybe a couple inches shorter. The bag was made of cloth, possibly burlap. It was yellowish or manila in color with a possible pinkish edge.
Mrs. House did not get a good look at DBC and would not have been able to ID him.

II. Crew debriefs.
These are composed of much of what we have already seen. But Tina's interview in Trevose, PA in December is included. Also, Rataczak's report seems to be more extensive. I didn't read them thoroughly.

III. Money
Much of this information has been released by Larry Carr in dribs and drabs. But I was very interested to see the detailed report from Detective Owen C McKenna of the Homicide Section of the Seattle PD who was tasked with picking up the money at Seattle First National Bank and guarding it all the way to 305 on the runway.

Also of note - the feds had 230 Big Ones stashed! And the microfiche had to be corrected to weed out the extra 30 grand.

IV. RENO and evidence retrieval.
Calame says the boys were all mixed up on who did what, but these files spell it out:
1. Ricks got the cigarette butts.
2. Tie was found on seat 18 E
3. Head towel had a single strand of head hair.
4. Fingerprints were gathered by Stousland and Ricks.
5. Other agents involved: SA Schmidt, Bell, Newpher, and Stone.

V. Door panels
Paul Soderlind was interviewed in Minneapolis to discuss the door panels, which were large enough to hide an adult male. However, Soderlind said that's the panel could only be accessed when the aft stairs were fully deployed. Hence, DBC could not have hidden himself there.
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Re: New Forum & News Updates
« Reply #2623 on: November 24, 2016, 11:05:51 AM »
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Initial report from GG's Files


1. Georger Labissioniere

Wow...and I thought Georger was only involved in the Kennedy assassination, but was a passenger, too? :) :) :)

Seriously, though.  Why is Geoff Gray the one who is releasing these?  If they can be released, why didn't the FBI do it?  Or is this some "Pentagon Papers" kind of thing?
 

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« Reply #2624 on: November 24, 2016, 11:12:18 AM »
It's possible since they technically closed the case, a lot of this information can be now released. could of been bound by contract not to release while it's an open (active) investigation. FOIA will probably now have a lot more information available.
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