My point about the shoes is that this was not a skydiving event, it was a crime.
And absolutely no proof whatsoever that it was anything much more than a crime of opportunity.
If it had been as meticulously planned as some suggest, certainly he would have brought his own parachute. At the time there was no such thing as a bag inspection. It would have been trivial for him to carry it with him. Also, he would have worn appropriate footwear.
Can a skydive on a round parachute be made in the middle of the night without shoes? Sure. Would anybody in their right mind PLAN it that way? No. That's just silly.
(This post was edited by quade on Feb 5, 2008, 1:31 PM)
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(Moderator) on Feb 5, 2008, 1:31 PM