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Offline georger

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Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Reply #4740 on: May 26, 2021, 03:17:11 PM »
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I do not believe the FBI was corrupt or covering anything up as it pertains to the Cooper case. They were just tasked with a very difficult case and made some mistakes along the way. Additionally, Cooper was very good at covering his tracks and not talking. I believe that essentially explains why this case is still unsolved 50 years later.
I would agree with this. Were mistakes made? Absolutely. Did the FBI act in an arrogant, irresponsible manner at times? Yes.

But that doesn’t mean the FBI is corrupt or incompetent.

My original point remains that I think Tina has little to offer this case in terms of important information

Technology and procedures play a massive role in this 1971 case. None of the technology or training was available in 71 like it is today.   
 

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Re: Suspects And Confessions
« Reply #4741 on: May 28, 2021, 05:05:09 AM »
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What say ye of those crop circles in England from the early 80's' that they still have not solved?  Hmmm.  Some strange crap going on in this world.

The people who made those crop circles eventually confessed and explained how they did it.  Same with the Loch Ness picture, Bigfoot film, and other such nonsense.  The "Phoenix Lights" were real and came from an aircraft that can easily be identified even if the manufacturer has not publicly admitted to it so far.

Baloney about UFO-type occurrences is easy to start but it will live forever even after it has been debunked.  There is indeed some strange crap going on in this world, and the internet has more than its fair share. :(

Not all of them.