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I wrote to Galen Cook about this in 2011 - so, he knows I know the truths. WHY I believe that the wreck in 2000 was a failed attempt on my life. Had I not have hesitated with my foot on the brake I would be dead today. AS it stands I suffered the results of many broken bones and a badly damaged knee. Since my foot was on the brake - something the driver did NOT expect...I survived. If it had not been for those seconds on that brake pedal (only because I am a very cautious driver) I would be a dead woman today.

I was afraid to contest it - I was thankful to be alive. Maybe just a co-incidence, but I think not. This was within wks of my going public....Over the yrs I have been told NOT to go there or I was a dead woman walking.



Occam thinks it's far more likely that you were a careless driver than a a target for assassination by automobile. Killing by car would be a very stupid method as it leaves far too many clues.

One of our forum members commented on your driving skills. Said they were not good.

The police report put you at fault, correct?

Sure, it could have been the other drivers fault but that's a far cry from proving that it was a botched murder attempt.

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I finally said what needed to be said. I thought the FBI would just finally admit Duane was Cooper & that would be the end of it.



Jo,

Why should the FBI admit that Duane was Cooper? You've presented no evidence that proves your theory. None. Zero.

Your dogged insistence and unshakable conviction are not substitutes for probative evidence. Not even close.

You waste increasingly precious time raging against Galen Cook. Focus on relevant evidence not personal squabbles.

How did your diagnostics turn out? Good I hope.

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Howard Hughes and Watergate and CIA connections did exist and still exist.



When people can't solve a puzzle they resort to conspiracy theories. Blame it on the CIA or Howard Hughes.

Hughes was no government favorite. They hounded him mercilessly and forced him to give up control of Hughes Aircraft Company. He spent the last years of his life unsuccessfully trying to stop underground nuclear weapons testing that he feared was poisoning him in his Las Vegas hideaway. All his money and power had no effect. The tests went on.

I worked at Hughes and had access to massive records about Hughes. He wasn't as omnipotent as people like to think. He was always battling the govt and seldom won.

There was a dark side too. He had very young girls on "movie contracts". Faith Domergue- actress and long time Mistress of Hughes as a teenager until she was 20.

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Howard Hughes and Watergate and CIA connections did exist and still exist.



When people can't solve a puzzle they resort to conspiracy theories. Blame it on the CIA or Howard Hughes.

Hughes was no government favorite. They hounded him mercilessly and forced him to give up control of Hughes Aircraft Company. He spent the last years of his life unsuccessfully trying to stop underground nuclear weapons testing that he feared was poisoning him in his Las Vegas hideaway. All his money and power had no effect. The tests went on.

I worked at Hughes and had access to massive records about Hughes. He wasn't as omnipotent as people like to think. He was always battling the govt and seldom won.

There was a dark side too. He had very young girls on "movie contracts". Faith Domergue- actress and long time Mistress of Hughes as a teenager until she was 20.

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And TWA was a great airline until Hughes lost control of it simply because he didn't want to appear in court on a legal matter.

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Yeah..down to the last couple of chapters on my new book, which has absolutely NOTHING to do with DB Cooper. Woo-hoo, my first one since 2012. Way too long. If anyone wishes to see the Prologue, or a short excerpt, I will post one up in a PDF.

Not unless at least one person asks, though. I mean...it's off topic and all, and if I just do it arbitrarily, I'll get slammed for sure. No title, no links will be shown. And no hard feelings if no one wants to see an excerpt. :)


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I'd rather read an off topic Blevins manuscript than endless insults and attacks.

The flap posting I made suggests that Cooper might have been aware of the flap issues on the 737. Max flaps would have been a bad idea.

Gear down, unpressurized and 15 degrees of flaps pretty much assured him that he wouldn't be facing an excessive fast or high exit.

Clever or lucky? I vote clever.

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The flap posting I made suggests that Cooper might have been aware of the flap issues on the 737. Max flaps would have been a bad idea.

Gear down, unpressurized and 15 degrees of flaps pretty much assured him that he wouldn't be facing an excessive fast or high exit.

Clever or lucky? I vote clever.

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On one specific flight, I was seated immediately behind the wing on a 727 and watched the flaps being lowered. That pilot put the flaps down to their maximum deflection which looked to be 40 degrees.

The pilot then planted the wheels practically on the runway numbers and applied full reverse thrust. We were landing on a runway covered with packed ice and, after getting out of reverse thrust, the pilot had to add power and taxi quite a distance to get to the midfield turn off taxiway which was 5000 feet from the runway end we had just passed over.

The Boeing 727 high sink rates were due to its T-tail configuration and several aircraft were lost due to crews not giving proper consideration to that high sink rate. Other T-tail designs had the same problem.

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Everyone is going for a RIDE!

I have come to a decision - one I thought I would never have to do - but NOW is the time and perhaps it is to late.

How many of U are aware that the ashes of one Howard Hughes was put into the GULF right here where I live?

Yes, his brain and his head are not here, but the rest of him was placed in the GULF of Mexico in my location not too long ago.

Fact or fiction. The time has come to tell ALL - regardless of what happens or how any of you view me. With the help of journalists and others - the connections of Duane L. Weber aka Johnnie (Dusty) Collins to Meier and to others & things NO one wants to believe. BUT, they did happen!

I will be accepting no emails. If you want to talk to me - some of you have my actual contact information. Yea, Jerry I would like to have a call from you ASAP.

Even you 377 - you are naive if you believe all of the hype the government told about Meier. Perhaps you would like to produce a picture of his wife or companion of the 80's! Perhaps you would like talk the children of the this woman - I do not know if they where the children of Meire - but that was the name she used in Ft. Lauderdale on that trip. The man with her was supposedly her husband at the time, but I think he was just her body guard or friend.

She & Duane spent some time talking about Meire and where he was and what he was going thru - and Duane knew the kids. THE name she gave me was Meier.
When I went to write down the address, she corrected me on the spelling. I not Y.

Duane asked about her children by NAME.

The REST of the STORY - well, you will have to wait for a while. In the mean time 377 - you have my contact information and so do a few of the others. NO emails - just phone calls. What I have stated about Meier in this thread is all I have to say about that.

The name of the Yacht - I still cannot pull out of my brain, but the individuals I will be meeting will know the name.

NO BS contacts and all of you know what I mean by that. GALEN COOK used the hell out of BS.
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***Welcome back Orange and Guru!



Thanks but... I think I'm remembering why I left [:/]

Do NOT concern yourself over me - I have finally made a decision and it has taken me yrs with a cumination in the last 5 days. If one is telling the truths - it comes full circle.

I have been led around in circles since I contacted the FBI in 1996, but NO MORE.
There comes a time when the candle has but a few flickers left. Then comes the time to make your move or die in that dark place.

We all make choices in life - I chose not to damage others in my path - but due to the vicious attacks made in another place regarding me - I have decided to pull the plug on all of the BS. NOT moving on, just out....and on.
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Howard Hughes and Watergate and CIA connections did exist and still exist.



When people can't solve a puzzle they resort to conspiracy theories. Blame it on the CIA or Howard Hughes.

Hughes was no government favorite. They hounded him mercilessly and forced him to give up control of Hughes Aircraft Company. He spent the last years of his life unsuccessfully trying to stop underground nuclear weapons testing that he feared was poisoning him in his Las Vegas hideaway. All his money and power had no effect. The tests went on.

I worked at Hughes and had access to massive records about Hughes. He wasn't as omnipotent as people like to think. He was always battling the govt and seldom won.

There was a dark side too. He had very young girls on "movie contracts". Faith Domergue- actress and long time Mistress of Hughes as a teenager until she was 20.

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I am not talking about Hughes - but his friend Meier!

Also remember the discussion I over heard in 1979 between Duane & his old friend - a friend we spent 2 nights with - the man with a missing right leg. Their conversations were about the mess that was left behind & the contamination.

This man has supposedly worked for Hughes as a driver since the last time the two guys had seen each other - (Duane and this other man whose name I really did forget). Harry or Harrison or Garrison - something like that. Maybe the first name was Harry. I do know were they were living in 1979.

I remembered this due to those white cactus flowers that grew across the plains before you got there - I am very allergic to them when they are in full bloom. How I remembered where he lived...in 1979.

When I asked where the place was - Duane reminded me of the acres of cactus blooms we passed thru & the serious allergy attack I had. NOW if I see on of those things in full bloom and get the hell away from it.
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Jo wrote

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Howard Hughes and Watergate and CIA connections did exist and still exist.



When people can't solve a puzzle they resort to conspiracy theories. Blame it on the CIA or Howard Hughes.

Hughes was no government favorite. They hounded him mercilessly and forced him to give up control of Hughes Aircraft Company. He spent the last years of his life unsuccessfully trying to stop underground nuclear weapons testing that he feared was poisoning him in his Las Vegas hideaway. All his money and power had no effect. The tests went on.

I worked at Hughes and had access to massive records about Hughes. He wasn't as omnipotent as people like to think. He was always battling the govt and seldom won.

There was a dark side too. He had very young girls on "movie contracts". Faith Domergue- actress and long time Mistress of Hughes as a teenager until she was 20.

377




Wow. We've got Howard Highes in the picture, now? Yippee.

Bradley Collins will be very happy, as he repeatedly claimed in his book that HH was the boss at Northwest Orient and in charge of the airline at the time of the skyjacking.

Plus, Brad's dad was not only DB Cooper, but was named John Collins!

We've got multiple synchronicities, if that is even possible.

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Bradley Collins will be very happy, as he repeatedly claimed in his book that HH was the boss at Northwest Orient and in charge of the airline at the time of the skyjacking.



Yeah, Bradley made some major factual errors. Still, I would like to know why the FBI ruled out his Dad.

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***The flap posting I made suggests that Cooper might have been aware of the flap issues on the 737. Max flaps would have been a bad idea.

Gear down, unpressurized and 15 degrees of flaps pretty much assured him that he wouldn't be facing an excessive fast or high exit.

Clever or lucky? I vote clever.

377



On one specific flight, I was seated immediately behind the wing on a 727 and watched the flaps being lowered. That pilot put the flaps down to their maximum deflection which looked to be 40 degrees.

The pilot then planted the wheels practically on the runway numbers and applied full reverse thrust. We were landing on a runway covered with packed ice and, after getting out of reverse thrust, the pilot had to add power and taxi quite a distance to get to the midfield turn off taxiway which was 5000 feet from the runway end we had just passed over.

The Boeing 727 high sink rates were due to its T-tail configuration and several aircraft were lost due to crews not giving proper consideration to that high sink rate. Other T-tail designs had the same problem.

I'm not a pilot, but I know enough about those early 727 problems to know this: You were lucky.

I'll bet it was quite a little bounce when the rubber met the runway on that landing. I did one of those in Phoenix on a flight to visit Dear Old Mom and Dad, although that was on a 737. Scared the hell out of everyone, including me. :)


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******The flap posting I made suggests that Cooper might have been aware of the flap issues on the 737. Max flaps would have been a bad idea.

Gear down, unpressurized and 15 degrees of flaps pretty much assured him that he wouldn't be facing an excessive fast or high exit.

Clever or lucky? I vote clever.

377



On one specific flight, I was seated immediately behind the wing on a 727 and watched the flaps being lowered. That pilot put the flaps down to their maximum deflection which looked to be 40 degrees.

The pilot then planted the wheels practically on the runway numbers and applied full reverse thrust. We were landing on a runway covered with packed ice and, after getting out of reverse thrust, the pilot had to add power and taxi quite a distance to get to the midfield turn off taxiway which was 5000 feet from the runway end we had just passed over.

The Boeing 727 high sink rates were due to its T-tail configuration and several aircraft were lost due to crews not giving proper consideration to that high sink rate. Other T-tail designs had the same problem.

I'm not a pilot, but I know enough about those early 727 problems to know this: You were lucky.

I'll bet it was quite a little bounce when the rubber met the runway on that landing. I did one of those in Phoenix on a flight to visit Dear Old Mom and Dad, although that was on a 737. Scared the hell out of everyone, including me. :)
No luck was involved. The pilot knew what he was doing and made a perfect landing.

The 727 high sink rates were a problem only when the crew allowed the aircraft to get much to slow during landing approaches.

This tendency for high sink rates under some conditions was/is common to large/small T-tail aircraft. The condition is called "deep stall" and was noted as a problem by the British when they lost a BAC-111(?) during flight testing. If I remember correctly, the test crew was doing some slow speed testing, got into a deep stall, deployed a drogue parachute that was suppose to get them out of it but didn't, and then flew into some relatively flat terrain. I think the crew survived.

B-727s were lost due to high sink rates at Salt Lake City (or was it Denver?) and in Lake Michigan just off shore from Chicago. These were basically flight crew errors but I heard rumors that Boeing decided to never build a T-tail airliner again. And they haven't.

I have never heard of a military T-tail transport (C-141, C-5, C-17) having a problem with deep stall.

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This tendency for high sink rates under some conditions was/is common to large/small T-tail aircraft. The condition is called "deep stall" and was noted as a problem by the British when they lost a BAC-111(?) during flight testing. If I remember correctly, the test crew was doing some slow speed testing, got into a deep stall, deployed a drogue parachute that was suppose to get them out of it but didn't, and then flew into some relatively flat terrain. I think the crew survived.




The crew unfortunately did not survive that BAC 111 test flight crash:

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The accident occurred during a test-flight of BAC One-Eleven (registration G-ASHG) which had taken off from Wisley Airfield with seven crew on board, piloted by Mike Lithgow. The BAC One-Eleven was on its fifth test flight to assess stability and handling characteristics during the approach to, and recovery from the stall with a centre of gravity in varying positions. From an altitude of 16,000 feet (4,900 m) with 8° of flaps, the plane entered a stable stall with the aircraft descending at a high rate of descent in a horizontal attitude, eventually striking the ground with very little forward speed. The aircraft broke up and caught fire, killing all seven crew on board at Cratt Hill, near Chicklade, a small village in southern Wiltshire, adjacent to the A303.

The plane was on its fifth stalling test of the day, and the crash occurred 23 minutes after takeoff from Wisley. The crew were Lt. Cdr. M J Lithgow OBE, Chief Test Pilot; Capt. R Rymer (Test Pilot); B J Prior (Aerodynamist); C J Webb (Designer); R A F Wright (Senior Observer); G R Poulter (Observer) and D J Clarke (Observer).[1]



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Why do the cast say geestman wasn't involved



Oh, no...another Geestman question. Boy, am I going to get it for answering. (*laughs*) I will try anyway.

Well, first off...that's not what they are saying now. Some months after the show first aired, I sent an email asking that same question to all three cast members. The two men answered. Christine McKinley did not. Those emails were shown here already. Scott Rolle and Buddy Levy didn't give ringing endorsements, but they did say they thought Geestman was holding back and knew more than he was saying.

Pete Berg, the associate producer, and the person I worked with the most on the show, told me THIS in 2011 after the show aired:

1) The legal department at Go Go Luckey Productions called the director of the show. (The legal department is provided with full information on all aspects of the production of each episode)

2) The legal department warned the director that unless Bernie Geestman actually admitted his involvement, or provided a key piece of evidence in the hijacking, that for the cast to say he was involved could be grounds for a lawsuit.

3) The director then 'hinted' to the cast off-camera that unless Geestman came clean, that it would be tough to explain why they would say he was guilty.

4) Berg says everyone got the hint, but no one except he and the director actually knew about the call from the legal department.

5) After all that, the cast pretty much decided on their own anyway to say they thought Geestman wasn't involved. After all, he denied everything and admitted nothing. So they didn't really have a choice.

6) After Berg provided me with this information, he asked me NOT to say anything about this publicly until he was no longer working with Go Go Luckey or History Channel. When he formed his own production company later and started filming for National Geographic, I was allowed to say something about it.

Their email responses, one more time, below:

From Scott Rolle, former prosecutor:

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'My sense of Bernie was that he was (to use a police term) squirrelly during our interview. I found it interesting that he would throw his ex under the bus and bascially say SHE could have been an accomplice. I had no reason to think he was drunk (no smell or the like) but he seemed a bit dimwitted. I don't feel he told us everything he knows, and his denials were tepid.

I am not prepared to say with certainly that Bernie helped Kenny in this case. As a person trained and highly experienced in body language and questioning witnesses, I found Bernie a tough nut to crack in the sense that he appeared credible to a certain extent, and he even cried at one point. However, he left out large chunks of information. I wish I'd had the information on the tugboat records going missing as I would have pressed him hard on that. Hope this helps you... I love this case and this was my favorite episode out of the 23 that we did...'



From Buddy Levy, Professor of English, Washington State University:

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'Geestman was very cagey, even shifty during the interview. My personal suspicion was that he was actually drunk. But in the end he was pretty convincing--probably having spent years answering questions and even convincing himself that what he was saying was the truth. I have very little doubt that Kenny is guilty, and I went away from the interview with Geestman confused and uncertain about his involvement as an accomplice.

You have to remember that we were given very little time to process the interview and think about all he had said--they filmed us coming out the door, and those were our initial, on the spot responses. Then we filmed about an hour later in the diner and still, not much processing time and we'd been running around filming for weeks, months even.

Having had more time to think about it it would not surprise me in the least if Geestman was an accomplice, or at the very least knew about it and aided Kenny in some ways before or after.'

(Robert: I added the bold there for emphasis)



I made one mistake when I posted their messages before. I said that they had seen a copy of the KC report BEFORE they wrote those messages. This is not true.

It was AFTER I first saw these messages that I went ahead and sent them the report. I forgot the report wasn't ready until December 2012. My bad. :)
Geestman was asked several times WHERE HE WAS the week of the hijacking. He just stared at the cast and crew and refused to say a single word. This from Pete Berg. In his interview with me, Geestman said he was gone with Foss Tugs to sea. Foss Tugs says he wasn't, as well as at least three other witnesses, who said he was with Kenny Christiansen that week.

Stranger Than Fiction Department: Marisa Kagan, the researcher for History Channel, the woman who broke through Geestman's initial lies and caught him telling his sister to change her story...was sent a teddy bear and flowers by Geestman later, to her office in Los Angeles. Kagan says she thought this was very weird. Marisa Kagan no longer works in television. She returned to law school to finish getting her degree.


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***Why do the cast say geestman wasn't involved



Oh, no...another Geestman question. Boy, am I going to get it for answering. (*laughs*) I will try anyway.

Well, first off...that's not what they are saying now. Some months after the show first aired, I sent an email asking that same question to all three cast members. The two men answered. Christine McKinley did not. Those emails were shown here already. Scott Rolle and Buddy Levy didn't give ringing endorsements, but they did say they thought Geestman was holding back and knew more than he was saying.

Pete Berg, the associate producer, and the person I worked with the most on the show, told me THIS in 2011 after the show aired:

1) The legal department at Go Go Luckey Productions called the director of the show. (The legal department is provided with full information on all aspects of the production of each episode)

2) The legal department warned the director that unless Bernie Geestman actually admitted his involvement, or provided a key piece of evidence in the hijacking, that for the cast to say he was involved could be grounds for a lawsuit.

3) The director then 'hinted' to the cast off-camera that unless Geestman came clean, that it would be tough to explain why they would say he was guilty.

4) Berg says everyone got the hint, but no one except he and the director actually knew about the call from the legal department.

5) After all that, the cast pretty much decided on their own anyway to say they thought Geestman wasn't involved. After all, he denied everything and admitted nothing. So they didn't really have a choice.

6) After Berg provided me with this information, he asked me NOT to say anything about this publicly until he was no longer working with Go Go Luckey or History Channel. When he formed his own production company later and started filming for National Geographic, I was allowed to say something about it.

Their email responses, one more time, below:

From Scott Rolle, former prosecutor:

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'My sense of Bernie was that he was (to use a police term) squirrelly during our interview. I found it interesting that he would throw his ex under the bus and bascially say SHE could have been an accomplice. I had no reason to think he was drunk (no smell or the like) but he seemed a bit dimwitted. I don't feel he told us everything he knows, and his denials were tepid.

I am not prepared to say with certainly that Bernie helped Kenny in this case. As a person trained and highly experienced in body language and questioning witnesses, I found Bernie a tough nut to crack in the sense that he appeared credible to a certain extent, and he even cried at one point. However, he left out large chunks of information. I wish I'd had the information on the tugboat records going missing as I would have pressed him hard on that. Hope this helps you... I love this case and this was my favorite episode out of the 23 that we did...'



From Buddy Levy, Professor of English, Washington State University:

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'Geestman was very cagey, even shifty during the interview. My personal suspicion was that he was actually drunk. But in the end he was pretty convincing--probably having spent years answering questions and even convincing himself that what he was saying was the truth. I have very little doubt that Kenny is guilty, and I went away from the interview with Geestman confused and uncertain about his involvement as an accomplice.

You have to remember that we were given very little time to process the interview and think about all he had said--they filmed us coming out the door, and those were our initial, on the spot responses. Then we filmed about an hour later in the diner and still, not much processing time and we'd been running around filming for weeks, months even.

Having had more time to think about it it would not surprise me in the least if Geestman was an accomplice, or at the very least knew about it and aided Kenny in some ways before or after.'

(Robert: I added the bold there for emphasis)



I made one mistake when I posted their messages before. I said that they had seen a copy of the KC report BEFORE they wrote those messages. This is not true.

It was AFTER I first saw these messages that I went ahead and sent them the report. I forgot the report wasn't ready until December 2012. My bad. :)
Geestman was asked several times WHERE HE WAS the week of the hijacking. He just stared at the cast and crew and refused to say a single word. This from Pete Berg. In his interview with me, Geestman said he was gone with Foss Tugs to sea. Foss Tugs says he wasn't, as well as at least three other witnesses, who said he was with Kenny Christiansen that week.

Stranger Than Fiction Department: Marisa Kagan, the researcher for History Channel, the woman who broke through Geestman's initial lies and caught him telling his sister to change her story...was sent a teddy bear and flowers by Geestman later, to her office in Los Angeles. Kagan says she thought this was very weird. Marisa Kagan no longer works in television. She returned to law school to finish getting her degree.

Nice setup and delivery btwn Danielle and Blevins.

Good production.

Play it again Sham Wow Productions.

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'Nice setup and delivery btwn Danielle and Blevins.

Good production.

Play it again Sham Wow Productions.'



Bullshit. He's just a nice kid from the Atlanta area. Give Andy a break. And by the way...he's not the only person on the planet who believes Geestman wasn't being forthcoming or truthful. Ask Marisa Kagan, for example. What did you expect from a guy like Bernie Geestman, who before he ever appeared on Decoded, had already been caught in multiple LIES, as well as trying to witness-tamper his own frickin' sister? If you don't believe that's what happened, message Marisa Kagan at Facebook. She's there.

By the way...since you're here:

You said this a few days ago:

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'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally say he had a definite speech pattern and artifacts, which violates the "no accent" rule about Cooper...'



You claimed this. When I asked you for even ONE person, one example of these 'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally,' you couldn't provide. Why is that?
Or did you just make it all up? And if you say 'Galen Cook told me,' you'll have to do better than that.

EDIT: I've given up on you regarding your phony claims where you say that in three separate phone calls with Geoff Gray that he said very negative things about me. I've asked you several times now if you'd like to see Gray's email to me about that...and you haven't responded. Which means you don't want that email made public.

Can't say I blame you.


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Georger says in part:

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'Nice setup and delivery btwn Danielle and Blevins.

Good production.

Play it again Sham Wow Productions.'



Bullshit. He's just a nice kid from the Atlanta area. Give Andy a break. And by the way...he's not the only person on the planet who believes Geestman wasn't being forthcoming or truthful. Ask Marisa Kagan, for example. What did you expect from a guy like Bernie Geestman, who before he ever appeared on Decoded, had already been caught in multiple LIES, as well as trying to witness-tamper his own frickin' sister? If you don't believe that's what happened, message Marisa Kagan at Facebook. She's there.

By the way...since you're here:

You said this a few days ago:

***'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally say he had a definite speech pattern and artifacts, which violates the "no accent" rule about Cooper...'



You claimed this. When I asked you for even ONE person, one example of these 'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally,' you couldn't provide. Why is that?
Or did you just make it all up? And if you say 'Galen Cook told me,' you'll have to do better than that.

EDIT: I've given up on you regarding your phony claims where you say that in three separate phone calls with Geoff Gray that he said very negative things about me. I've asked you several times now if you'd like to see Gray's email to me about that...and you haven't responded. Which means you don't want that email made public.

Can't say I blame you.

Quite obviously, I have a different set of facts than you do.
The majority of people do.

"Nothing he says can be taken seriously" (Geoff Gray).

"Everything he says is highly, highly, highly suspect, (pause)
very highly!, (another pause), HIGHLY!". (Geoff Gray)

"Kenny spoke with a ________________" (KC witness)

"Lyle speaks with a _________________" (Lyle witness)

Keep peddling your poop, Blevins. Everyone knows it nonsense.

When you're ready to admit the truth, well then we will consider
the other side of your personality. It's your choice. :D
You've had more CHOICES than any living being with normal
intelligence in the history of Cooperlandt, except maybe for Jo
Weber but she's special!

ps: Keep quoting the Decoded group! They love you to keep
quoting them! Makes them feel wanted. Makes them feel good,
needed and appreciated, and all cozy inside! Their work with you
was the hallmark of their careers! Don't let them give you the
bum's rush... keep throwing it their faces, Blevins-style!
:S:D

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Play it again Sham Wow Productions.





OK Smarty Pants - YOU finally understood what I was talking about. What did you do -go and read the "innocent" question by one individual and see the pattern with the responses?

QUESTION when Blevins does something like that - WHY do you have to give him MORE publicity by REPEATING his post in its entirety?

Curious! WHY?
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georger

***Georger says in part:

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'Nice setup and delivery btwn Danielle and Blevins.

Good production.

Play it again Sham Wow Productions.'



Bullshit. He's just a nice kid from the Atlanta area. Give Andy a break. And by the way...he's not the only person on the planet who believes Geestman wasn't being forthcoming or truthful. Ask Marisa Kagan, for example. What did you expect from a guy like Bernie Geestman, who before he ever appeared on Decoded, had already been caught in multiple LIES, as well as trying to witness-tamper his own frickin' sister? If you don't believe that's what happened, message Marisa Kagan at Facebook. She's there.

By the way...since you're here:

You said this a few days ago:

***'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally say he had a definite speech pattern and artifacts, which violates the "no accent" rule about Cooper...'



You claimed this. When I asked you for even ONE person, one example of these 'people who knew and worked with Kenny personally,' you couldn't provide. Why is that?
Or did you just make it all up? And if you say 'Galen Cook told me,' you'll have to do better than that.

EDIT: I've given up on you regarding your phony claims where you say that in three separate phone calls with Geoff Gray that he said very negative things about me. I've asked you several times now if you'd like to see Gray's email to me about that...and you haven't responded. Which means you don't want that email made public.

Can't say I blame you.

Quite obviously, I have a different set of facts than you do.
The majority of people do.

"Nothing he says can be taken seriously" (Geoff Gray).

"Everything he says is highly, highly, highly suspect, (pause)
very highly!, (another pause), HIGHLY!". (Geoff Gray)

"Kenny spoke with a ________________" (KC witness)

"Lyle speaks with a _________________" (Lyle witness)

Keep peddling your poop, Blevins. Everyone knows it nonsense.

When you're ready to admit the truth, well then we will consider
the other side of your personality. It's your choice. :D
You've had more CHOICES than any living being with normal
intelligence in the history of Cooperlandt, except maybe for Jo
Weber but she's special!

ps: Keep quoting the Decoded group! They love you to keep quoting them! Makes them feel wanted. Makes them feel good,needed and appreciated, and all cozy inside! Their work with you was the hallmark of their careers! Don't let them give you the bum's rush... keep throwing it their faces, Blevins-style!
:S:D

Actually...

I only asked you to present just ONE piece of evidence that supports any of those things you claim. Or if you would like to see the email from Geoff Gray.

To date, you still haven't responded. You dance around these things like a six-year-old girl taking ballerina lessons.

I think that speaks for itself. My advice is you ditch the tutu and offer up something real, otherwise squeeze out the water from that Sham Wow you keep talking about and see it if really works like on TV, LOL. :)


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