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MeyerLouie

Dec 5, 2012, 10:42 PM
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agreed, but IMO the PTSD had not set in on Tina right after the left the plane and spoke with the FBI, and whether she is suffering from it or not, nobody knows for sure.

my observation is it's possible that Tina's perception is much different from Flo's, you don't need a traumatic event in order to have different conclusions to what someone has seen. you would think since Tina spent more time with him that she should have a good description, yet years later Flo says none of the sketches really looked like Cooper, which one is suffering a traumatic event, one or both? or did they both have a bad perception of describing Cooper? can we blame it on stress, or just bad judgement?

I agree that this has probably damaged Tina over the years, but I'm not sold has to the amount of damage right after the crime, if that makes sense?

Many people right after a life threatening event are essentially babbling idiots.

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Why the melodrama? C'mon -- Tina was not a babbling idiot right after the event. MeyerLouie


RobertMBlevins

Dec 5, 2012, 10:42 PM
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Well, sure I mean it, MeyerLouie. Especially this part:

'I have to agree. Most shrinks will tell you they need to see someone in person, or at least a case record....'

That guy made an irresponsible prediction based on near-zero information. All he really succeeded in doing was scaring the crap out of the crew. Even profilers need a case record before they start running a profile, or making predictions about the possible perp in a case.


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georger

Dec 5, 2012, 10:43 PM
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Can we have a quick refresher here? WHY is this photo important? Just asking, that's all.

WE dont need a refresher - only you do.

READ THE THREAD.


RobertMBlevins

Dec 5, 2012, 10:45 PM
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Can we have a quick refresher here? WHY is this photo important? Just asking, that's all.

WE dont need a refresher - only you do.

READ THE THREAD.

Wasn't asking you, but thanks for your quick reply. Who is 'WE'? You're not trying to speak for everybody again, are you? It's tiresome, and assumes others can't speak for themselves. Crazy


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georger

Dec 5, 2012, 10:46 PM
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Well, sure I mean it. Especially this part:

'I have to agree. Most shrinks will tell you they need to see someone in person, or at least a case record....'

That guy made an irresponsible prediction based on near-zero information. All he really succeeded in doing was scaring the crap out of the crew. Even profilers need a case record before they start running a profile, or making predictions about the possible perp in a case.

HOW DO YOU KNOW! Its just another kneejerk
reaction by the famous RobertM Blevins.

If you had read people's posts you would know
something about this. Instead you refuse to READ
THE THREAD so you dont know anything about it so
instead, you make wild claims which are totally not
factual!

And you repeat it endlessly for two years excpecting
a different result each time!

That's Crazy

Got any news about Jack the Ripper? Or where Naxi
gold is buried? Surely you have an expert opinion or
an article out on that?


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RobertMBlevins

Dec 5, 2012, 10:50 PM
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Well, sure I mean it. Especially this part:

'I have to agree. Most shrinks will tell you they need to see someone in person, or at least a case record....'

That guy made an irresponsible prediction based on near-zero information. All he really succeeded in doing was scaring the crap out of the crew. Even profilers need a case record before they start running a profile, or making predictions about the possible perp in a case.

HOW DO YOU KNOW! Its just another kneejerk
reaction by the famous RobertM Blevins.

If you had read people's posts you would know
somebody about this. Instead yourefuse to REQAD
THE THREAD so you dont know anything about it so
instead, you make wild claims which are totally not
factual!

And you repeat it endlessly for two years excpecting
a different result each time!

That's Crazy

How do I know? Easy. Because this shrink scared the crap out of the crew, and made a prediction based on near-zero information.

I think there's an echo in here.

You don't know everything, Mr Science. Just how much of the case record, or examples of Cooper's personality do you think the shrink had time to bone up on before he said those things? Wasn't it just a few hours between the time Cooper passed the note and when he jumped?

UR funny sometimes. No, really.


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georger

Dec 5, 2012, 10:52 PM
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 You're not trying to speak for everybody again, are you. It's tiresome, and assumes others can't speak for themselves. Crazy
WHAT! You are the one speaks for eveyrone!!!!

"AMERICA WANTS TO KNOW" RMB quote.

Where did you pick up the tactic of accusing people
of what you do yourself? The Hannity Effect.


georger

Dec 5, 2012, 10:54 PM
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How do I know? Easy. Because this shrink scared the crap out of the crew, and made a prediction based on near-zero information.

I think there's an echo in here.\

How do you know it scared the crap out of the crew?
Your proof?
You were there?
Yes thereis an echo in here - ITS YOU!


georger

Dec 5, 2012, 10:58 PM
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You don't know everything, Mr Science. Just how much of the case record, or examples of Cooper's personality do you think the shrink had time to bone up on before he said those things? Wasn't it just a few hours between the time Cooper passed the note and when he jumped?

UR funny sometimes. No, really.
aGAIN mR bLEVINS - read the damned thread - I am
not going to spell it out for you or teach you what
first graders know and do automatically.

Get your head straight! Come on in FOR THE BIG
WIN!

Read the thread and stop being an INDEPENDENT
CONTRACTOR OF BULLSHIT.

We are NOT going to remake the world for you.
You need to do a few things for yourself, for a
change!

I am not going to give you a free history lesson.
You need to press a few buttons in the search box
for yourself this time. Gerger is NOT going to rescue
you this time -

Hint, hint: There are reason the psychiatrist said
what he said - info given him prior to his
assessment - duhhhhhhhhhhhhh! You fill in the gap
by READING THE THREAD. He was not operating in a
vacuum as you would like to pretend so you can
bloviate expertise from the Jethro's porach about it!

Is there anybody in there? (Blevins quote)


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MeyerLouie

Dec 5, 2012, 10:59 PM
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General note: If the sketches are so accurate as to nearly represent a photo of the hijacker...and the FBI is so sure of them...then WHY would the FBI spend soooo much time interviewing over a thousand suspects in the crime? Unless you believe that all of these suspects resembled the sketch?

Georger says in part:

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'And there is no disagreement between all of the
parties as to general height!

So the veracity of the sketches does not rely on
Tina's emotional state alone, if at all.

And on the issue of height, there is no general
disagreement...'

And yet at least some of the evidence says THERE IS dispute. I highly doubt Geoff Gray would tell outright lies regarding what the witnesses told the FBI after the hijacking. He has said publicly he was allowed to read the original reports taken down by the agents who interviewed the witnesses both in Seattle and Reno. And Gray has a different take on it entirely.

I've already mentioned a list of people who, according to Gray, gave widely varying descriptions of the hijacker. For example, Robert Gregory, who saw Cooper several times during the flight and says Cooper was 'no taller than five-nine.' Or the disagreement between Tina and Flo. Tina thought he was about five ten to six feet.
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Blevins, go with Tina, she was with the guy for 5 hours. Flo was very shaky, as you pointed out earlier, probably already traumatized by the ordeal. Tina seemed more calm and collected -- I'd go with here assessment. MeyerLouie__________________________________________________


Flo thought taller. And other discrepencies between these witnesses.

In fact, I trust the testimony of the passengers a bit better than I do the stews, because the passengers were under less stress.
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Blevins, this statement is a load of crap. You would trust the passengers more? Airline crews have the training and resources to deal with emergencies in flight, it's their job! Some happy-go-lucky passenger who has no motivation or reason to be observing his/her surroundings on a flight , would be more reliable than the stews?? You can't be serious!
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They did not know about a bomb and a hijacking, not initially. They were not quietly freaking out wondering whether they were ever going to see their families again.

You keep harping on these points about the sketch being so accurate. (I think it's reasonably close, but not a photograph, as you do) I even gave you the Green River Killer example and you just ignored that. Recall: Sketches hung up everywhere in the SeaTac area, including the Seven Eleven where the killer shopped occasionally, and he was never recognized from it. Also, the Green River Task Force didn't make the connection, even though they interviewed him at the GRTF office where the sketch was hanging on the wall.

Like your psychological Lucy/Peanuts based assessment of Mucklow, over the years you have created a world of pre-conceived notions. And I'm here to tell you that some of them are WRONG.

This is not all your fault. It sometimes happens when you are too close to something for too long, and have too much emotional content invested in that 'something'. So, you've become a bit intractable.

When I suggested that it might be difficult to judge someone's true height inside the confines of an aircraft cabin, you called it 'changing physics'. It was actually common sense. It IS easier to judge someone's height, for example, if you are standing next to them at the bus stop. If it were so easy to judge height under stress, convenience stores would not find it necessary to put those height measuring devices by the entrance doors.Wink


RobertMBlevins

Dec 5, 2012, 11:08 PM
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MeyerLouie: I have opinions on case points, yes. I stick by those opinions unless the facts prove something else. I don't expect everyone to just agree with them wholeheartedly. That would be weird. There are some known parameters here. First, eyewitness descriptions are famous for being infamously unreliable...SOMETIMES. Not all the time. That's why other evidence is usually necessary to prove a case.

Georger says in part:

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'We are NOT going to remake the world for you.
You need to do a few things for yourself, for a
change!...'

Again...who is WE? Do you speak for others here? If so, tell us who you represent at DZ, then when they make a post, I can just ask YOU about it. Easier for everyone.

Maybe you should just go back to talking about Gayla, making fun of my job, or do the 'failed writer' thing on me.

I just signed a contract with an author in North Seattle today. I will be editing my 50th book with this one. If that's failure, I'll take it.


georger

Dec 5, 2012, 11:09 PM
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General note: If the sketches are so accurate as to nearly represent a photo

The only person who has ever said "the sketches are
so accurate as to nearly represent a photo" is YOU@!

Its just one more example of you exaggerating what
people say and putting words in people;'s mouths,
Blevins ....

It's called BUILDING A STRAW MAN.

And the time for anyone to have to defend
themselves over your bullshit - is over.

Nighty night. Dont let your conscience bite. It wont!


georger

Dec 5, 2012, 11:14 PM
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I just signed a contract with an author in North Seattle today. I will be editing my 50th book with this one. If that's failure, I'll take it.
Be sure and send Jed, Jethro, Grandma, and Ellie
May their royalties@!

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHAW!


RobertMBlevins

Dec 5, 2012, 11:48 PM
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I just signed a contract with an author in North Seattle today. I will be editing my 50th book with this one. If that's failure, I'll take it.

Be sure and send Jed, Jethro, Grandma, and Ellie
May their royalties@!

YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHAW!
Right.

You still didn't answer my question. Who is this 'WE' you claim to speak for at Dropzone? Seemed like a legit question, since you keep referring to this.


RobertMBlevins

Dec 6, 2012, 12:16 AM
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Can we have a quick refresher here? WHY is this photo important? Just asking, that's all.

Because Duane knew the man and did not want him to see him.
Whoever this man is - is the link to the past of Weber...whatever that is.

We went to the Visitors Center and he found his name on the roster and went down the hall.
He came back and said the man was just leaving. He quickly took me to the site this man had to pass to get to his car. He did NOT want the man to see him, but told me where he would becoming from and that he would have a briefcase - the man had to go this way to get to his car.

Duane left - I was never sure where he went to...but he disappeared quickly.

After the film was developed and I was putting the picks in the album he asked me where the negatives were. I told him in the safe as I always did (my family lost a lot of photo due to a fire so I was fire cautious.).

Then after we moved to Fl in 1988 I was redoing the albums and again Duane asked about the prints. I searched 50 yrs of negatives. The ONLY missing are the negatives of the pictures I made of this man. He could NOT take the ones out of the album without arousing my curiosity.

Whoever this man is - he is connected to Duane's past and the pictures he needed for a purpose - I want to know what Duane's history with this man was and who he was.

Important point: "We went to the Visitors Center and he found his name on the roster and went down the hall..."

Okay, there is a reference. I would print up the picture, leave room on this print for notes that say the approximate date, and mail it to the Visitors' Center. 'Do You Know This Man?' etc. If you could include a month, along with the year, this might help.


airtwardo  (D License)

Dec 6, 2012, 12:17 AM
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Laugh
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RobertMBlevins

Dec 6, 2012, 1:06 AM
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Laugh

I'm a big believer in equal time. The only folks I have a REAL problem with regarding the Cooper case aren't folks who might be wrong. It's the ones who make up stuff to suit a purpose. Not about screwing up, or making a mistake, but making stuff up. Like Marla, for example. There is a difference between seeking the truth and just using Cooper as a means to an end. I do have some pride, believe it or not.

I'll be first in line to admit I've been wrong plenty of times. But I won't lie to you, either.

You have to draw the line somewhere, and that seems as good a spot as any. And anyone who can't figure out the difference...

On a less serious note, I posted a video to my Facebook page today. Roger Daltrey of The Who provided some great footage from a filmmaker who shot them at the Railway Hotel in 1964 when they were still The High Numbers.

It's wacked. Looks like Pete Townshend is playing a hollow-body Rickenbacker through a Fender amp. Doesn't even have the strings trimmed. Keith Moon plays a Ludwig drum kit. John Entwhistle looks SO young. The first song of the three is great. Second, just so-so. Third is very good. Crazy Brits included, no charge.

Full screen and major speaker volume for best results. Smile


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airtwardo  (D License)

Dec 6, 2012, 2:10 AM
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Laugh

I'm a big believer in equal time. The only folks I have a REAL problem with regarding the Cooper case aren't folks who might be wrong. It's the ones who make up stuff to suit a purpose. Not about screwing up, or making a mistake, but making stuff up. Like Marla, for example. There is a difference between seeking the truth and just using Cooper as a means to an end. I do have some pride, believe it or not.

I'll be first in line to admit I've been wrong plenty of times. But I won't lie to you, either.

You have to draw the line somewhere, and that seems as good a spot as any. And anyone who can't figure out the difference...

Well you're a better man than many.

Some on here have a favorite candidate, which is fine...they have their reasons and stand by them.

Others attempt to raise reasonable questions regarding the methodology & logic arrived at the focus on one - or even all of the Cooper 'could beeez'.

A select few seem to take joy in the personal assassination of various contributors for some dark reason that adds nothing to the conversation, and only muddy the water for everyone.

And then there are a couple of nutters that though are a bubble off plum are certainly entertaining none the less.

I don't know why someone would continually attack you as has been the case, but I do admire the restraint you show by merely deflecting the bullshit thrown.

Dropzone.com is nothing more than an Internet posting board and the bravado of certain keyboard cowboys is most telling. At a real world dropzone there is thankfully far less tolerance for that kind of immature behavior.


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RobertMBlevins

Dec 6, 2012, 2:29 AM
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Thanks.

In case you didn't get enough of The Who... Three years after they were playing Rickenbackers at the Railway, they stormed America with the best two synchs on TV. Back then they used pre-taped music backgrounds, or even special vinyl recordings, but it varied according to the needs/demands of the band. Sometime they did all the music, other times they would leave off the drum tracks. Or they would broadcast everything except the vocal track. Hullaballoo and Dick Clark usually went with total lip-synch. It was hard to tell sometimes, but the Smothers Brothers disguised it well with
The Who.

Or...they may have done it REALLY live. Can you tell?


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MeyerLouie

Dec 6, 2012, 12:43 PM
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Laugh

I'm a big believer in equal time. The only folks I have a REAL problem with regarding the Cooper case aren't folks who might be wrong. It's the ones who make up stuff to suit a purpose. Not about screwing up, or making a mistake, but making stuff up. Like Marla, for example. There is a difference between seeking the truth and just using Cooper as a means to an end. I do have some pride, believe it or not.

I'll be first in line to admit I've been wrong plenty of times. But I won't lie to you, either.

You have to draw the line somewhere, and that seems as good a spot as any. And anyone who can't figure out the difference...

On a less serious note, I posted a video to my Facebook page today. Roger Daltrey of The Who provided some great footage from a filmmaker who shot them at the Railway Hotel in 1964 when they were still The High Numbers.

It's wacked. Looks like Pete Townshend is playing a hollow-body Rickenbacker through a Fender amp. Doesn't even have the strings trimmed. Keith Moon plays a Ludwig drum kit. John Entwhistle looks SO young. The first song of the three is great. Second, just so-so. Third is very good. Crazy Brits included, no charge.

Full screen and major speaker volume for best results. Smile
____________________________________________

We interrupt this program to bring you a special announcement..... we never liked Roger Daltrey or Peter Townsend. When they weren't fist fighting, they were making mediocre music most of the time.


377  (F 666)

Dec 6, 2012, 1:27 PM
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Meyer Louie wrote about the Who
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"mediocre music..."

I wasn't a big fan of the Who, but I'd never rank their music as just mediocre.

It's a free world though. Some folks think Beethoven was a hack.

To be fair, Meyer did say "...mediocre... most of the time"

So maybe even Meyer liked the Who's music on occasion.

DB Cooper must have had some favorite tunes. Wonder what they were? Jo thinks she knows.Wink

377


mrshutter45

Dec 6, 2012, 1:36 PM
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Meyer Louie wrote about the Who
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"mediocre music..."

I wasn't a big fan of the Who, but I'd never rank their music as just mediocre.

It's a free world though. Some folks think Beethoven was a hack.

To be fair, Meyer did say "...mediocre... most of the time"

So maybe even Meyer liked the Who's music on occasion.

DB Cooper must have had some favorite tunes. Wonder what they were? Jo thinks she knows.Wink

377


DB Coopers likes music such as Free Bird- by Lynyrd Skynyrd, Free Falling- by Tom Petty, Jump- by Van Halen, Money-by Pink Floyd, Wanted dead or alive-by Bon Jovi and the ever so popular Rain Drops Keep Fallin On My Head- by BJ Thomas Cool


377  (F 666)

Dec 6, 2012, 4:46 PM
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Airtwardo wrote
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Dropzone.com is nothing more than an Internet posting board and the bravado of certain keyboard cowboys is most telling. At a real world dropzone there is thankfully far less tolerance for that kind of immature behavior.

Airtwardo is right. Most of what happens here wouldn't go over well at a real dropzone.

Real dropzones do, however, gladly tolerate a very different kind of immature behavior. It usually involves nudity, beer, and various chants, or combinations of the above.

I showed a candid video of typical evening revelry at WFFC 2000 to some whuffo friends. They were aghast, speechless, stunned.

Can I get a witness Airtwardo?Cool

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skyjack71

Dec 6, 2012, 5:38 PM
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Can we have a quick refresher here? WHY is this photo important? Just asking, that's all.

Because Duane knew the man and did not want him to see him.
Whoever this man is - is the link to the past of Weber...whatever that is.

We went to the Visitors Center and he found his name on the roster and went down the hall.
He came back and said the man was just leaving. He quickly took me to the site this man had to pass to get to his car. He did NOT want the man to see him, but told me where he would becoming from and that he would have a briefcase - the man had to go this way to get to his car.

Duane left - I was never sure where he went to...but he disappeared quickly.

After the film was developed and I was putting the picks in the album he asked me where the negatives were. I told him in the safe as I always did (my family lost a lot of photo due to a fire so I was fire cautious.).

Then after we moved to Fl in 1988 I was redoing the albums and again Duane asked about the prints. I searched 50 yrs of negatives. The ONLY missing are the negatives of the pictures I made of this man. He could NOT take the ones out of the album without arousing my curiosity.

Whoever this man is - he is connected to Duane's past and the pictures he needed for a purpose - I want to know what Duane's history with this man was and who he was.

Important point: "We went to the Visitors Center and he found his name on the roster and went down the hall..."

Okay, there is a reference. I would print up the picture, leave room on this print for notes that say the approximate date, and mail it to the Visitors' Center. 'Do You Know This Man?' etc. If you could include a month, along with the year, this might help.


I did ALL of that several time and have spoke to many people at the church and to the newspapers - NO one wants to claim any knowledge of this man.
Claimed they had did not have the rosters from back that far.

I have been working on this for several yrs...every which way other than to go public with a 1/4 page ad in the Salt Lake paper.


skyjack71

Dec 6, 2012, 6:01 PM
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I did recieve an email from one of the past posters claiming knowledge of who the man in the Assembly Hall picture is. I do NOT trust the source, but will await the response I made.

Seems I have heard this name mentioned in the past regarding another supposed Cooper suspect - can anyone remember the source of this name.

Roger Schilke

Sounds like a made up name and the only associations I find with that name are related to MUSIC instruments, but supposedly the man per the source was a truck driver.

I appreciate any efforts or assistance I can get with identifing the man in the photo.
Whoever he is - was connected to Duane Weber in some manner. Duane did NOT want the man to see him.


Whatever and whoever this man is will help me find more about the past of Duane L. Weber - note I did NOT say Cooper, because I do NOT know if that was the connection.

By finding and disclosing who the man in the Picture - was or is, I can then close the final chapter of my life. I need answers regarding Duane's past and perhaps that alone will answer the questions I have. Disclosure of the man - could also open up a can of worms NO ONE wants known....the only reason I see for the FBI to totally ignore the photo and the story that goes with the photo.

I am being as straight as I can with you guys or anyone who reads this. I need your help - surely this man can be identified and his past exposed or is that some big secret?

Hell, how can I not read covert or CIA or some other message into the FBI NOT investigating the individual and his connection to Weber.

Please help and please do not make fun of this last bit of knowledge I need to acquire in order to put all of this behind me.

1977 - August. Sometimes I wish I had never gone there. My memory is getting so bad that at this moment I do NOT remember if it was a Hilton or Marriott. Trying not to take my pain medication until I have posted this.

Will come back to the thread before I go to bed to see if anyone has any suggestions I have NOT tried and/or if someone could get the authorities to look at this.

Can someone help me find that needle in the haystack I have searched 18 yrs for?

I will attach the photo again.
Please help!

Photo made last wk of Sept 1979 infront of The Assembly Hall in Salt Lake City.






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