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RobertMBlevins

Dec 9, 2012, 11:46 PM

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Re: [BruceSmith] Gossett's alibi

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Cook isn't nuts. But he's motivated to somehow prove Gossett was the hijacker, even if he has go out on some nutty limbs in the attempt. The Janet Fable, etc. All the guy has to really do is interview the people who worked with Gossett at Fort Lewis around the time of the hijacking, and he hasn't done that. This is counterproductive to his appearances on Coast-to-Coast radio, since he might find out that Gossett was Present and Accounted For at the time of the crime. Can't have that happen...Crazy

Can you elaborate on this please, Robert? Where was Wolfgang Gossett on November 24, 1971, and how do you know it?

Thanks.
I don't know where he was. Neither does anyone else so far. That's the point. Gossett was active duty military at the time of the hijacking, though.

It's Cook's job to answer that question, right? You should be asking him.

EDIT: Seattle Seahawks 58, Arizona Cardinals 0.

This franchise-record win was only overshadowed by Kirk Collins' and RG3's effort against the Ravens. True NFL fans need no further explanation.
It was a good week.

On December 23rd, the SF 49'rs come to Seattle, and Seattle is looking for a little payback. You can bet on it.

Celebrate with Creedence and crank it up. Cool


(This post was edited by RobertMBlevins on Dec 10, 2012, 12:30 AM)


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