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DB Cooper / Re: General Questions About The Case
« Last post by Lynn on December 06, 2018, 07:25:20 PM »
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I tend to agree with Georger. Weather is highly variable, especially in the PNW, and the reports of hellacious weather and fierce winds has to be considered as highly localized and not indicative of the overall weather through the area, and for the hours of the skyjacking.
I should have phrased that better. When did the ground search actually begin and what area did it cover?
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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by Lynn on December 06, 2018, 07:13:51 PM »
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Thanks, I don't recall it but I didn't pay a lot of attention to most of the comments about him.
It was a NY Times article Flyjack posted back in the spring, here it is. It does mention several witnesses giving the suspect a NY accent. Which is fake-able, of course, but that seems unlikely.  Along with an almost completely different m.o. and demeanour, that pretty much scratches Hahneman for me. You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login
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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by Shutter on December 06, 2018, 06:51:44 PM »
Thanks, I don't recall it but I didn't pay a lot of attention to most of the comments about him.
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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by Lynn on December 06, 2018, 06:49:13 PM »
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where did you read about his voice not matching?



Galen has taken a backseat with Cooper for sometime now..don't know if it was work or bored with the case..
Oh, it was ages ago, on the forum here. Someone quoting a witness to the Hahnemann copycat mentioned a NY accent, which would hardly match Cooper's non-regional one. I'll try to dig for it tonight, it was months ago, part of some long account.

 Too bad about Galen. He may have simply not wanted to make a public case unless he could cross all the t's. Though honestly, I've always found Gossett one of the more interesting Cooper suspects. Even without the Cooper connnection, he's interesting.
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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by Shutter on December 06, 2018, 06:42:35 PM »
where did you read about his voice not matching?


Galen has taken a backseat with Cooper for sometime now..don't know if it was work or bored with the case..
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DB Cooper / Re: 2018 DB Cooper Conference
« Last post by Shutter on December 06, 2018, 06:28:26 PM »
The document included comes from a site where I believe the document is blank? the way it's worded appears to be that way. it has the same stamp that I don't see on any actual KGB documents except Reca's....could something real fishy be going on here?


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DB Cooper / Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Last post by Lynn on December 06, 2018, 06:28:14 PM »
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Laurin’s $17.95 book is called, “D.B. Cooper & Me: A Criminal, a Spy, My Best Friend.”

In an interview with The Washington Post, Laurin said he’d long suspected Reca was involved. “It feels like something he would do,” he said. When Reca finally acknowledged it, “I wasn’t surprised.”

He didn’t know what kind of airplane it was,” Laurin said, adding that Reca said he’d tried to parachute out the side exit door. One airline attendant (Mucklow) apparently told him, “Why don’t you use this one in the back. And he said, ‘Okay. I will.’ ”


Yabidi Yabidi Yabidi Yabidi - thats all folks!
Honestly, you'd think people peddling a suspect would at least read the FBI docs. That conversation never happened per Mucklow and would absolutely have been remembered and mentioned if it had. It flies (yuk yuk) in the face of Mucklow's statements. Easy scratch.

Re: Hahnemann, my main objections remain that his voice doesn't match witness accounts of Cooper's, and more importantly he did every major thing in his  hijacking wrong that DBC did right - DBC kept the passengers in the dark, stayed out of the cockpit, communicated only through the FAs and kept his temper even under stress - the opposite of violent, boorish thug Hahnemann. But it never hurts to investigate. If there's a smoking gun there, it needs to be seen to be believed.

Gossett is an interesting subject - btw, whatever happened to Galen? - and of course there's my fave who I won't name again lest a certain someone blow out the vein in his sphincter that comes close to erupting anytime anyone rejects the CLEARLY NOT COOPER suspect KC.
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DB Cooper / Re: 2018 DB Cooper Conference
« Last post by Shutter on December 06, 2018, 05:28:40 PM »
The only matching British passport I could find was Audrey Hepburn's 1980's passport. no seal is on her photo.
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DB Cooper / Re: 2018 DB Cooper Conference
« Last post by georger on December 06, 2018, 01:58:26 PM »
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Everyone involved with Reca appear to be slime and deserve no special empathy.

The friend secretly taped Reca? Or did Reca know? If secretly, that's slimey.

A publisher who published without fact checking is another Blevins. Innocence claim by stupidity is nothing that deserves mercy.

This is not about Reca. It's about the living slime using his story.

Critical care medicine is one of the fastest-growing hospital specialties and ... teamwork, which has helped improve outcomes for patients claiming to be DB Cooper, and their victims, has proved essential.

Standard protocols for examination and separation of all DB Cooper claimants and their victims should always be observed - as a first order step in the treatment process. Journalists and enablers should be separated from the primary targets immediately at the time of presentation for a more effective outcome. The initial exam shall include examination of all orifices for insertions of foreign objects.... including Red Bull energy drink cans.  Blood work should include testing for the standard parasitic infestations.     

While the original concepts of triage were primarily focused on mass casualty ... The original triage systems were based on sorting schizophrenic patients on the Cooper battlefield ... and streaming system or concept, which firstly identifies patient need, separating it from the greater dias-corpus. People with Canadian origins are now presenting at a greater rate. Special systems are being devised to handle those patients suffering under the influence of the Cooper Comic Manic Depressive maldum fornax! Future data will determine the effectiveness of those new programs. It must be stated however, this special class of patients is uniquely self-limiting due to their characteristic self destructive tendencies. It remains to be seen if institutions will even see many of these victims - time will tell!

Conclusion:  Triage in the DB Cooper critical care community has proven cost effective. The trend is positive especially as the average educational level of the population improves.   
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DB Cooper / Re: 2018 DB Cooper Conference
« Last post by snowmman on December 06, 2018, 01:08:20 PM »
Everyone involved with Reca appear to be slime and deserve no special empathy.

The friend secretly taped Reca? Or did Reca know? If secretly, that's slimey.

A publisher who published without fact checking is another Blevins. Innocence claim by stupidity is nothing that deserves mercy.

This is not about Reca. It's about the living slime using his story.
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