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In 2006, at the age of 80, Cooper suspect Sheridan Peterson ran for a school board position in Sonoma County, California. Candidates were requested to submit an autobiography for voters. Sheridan lost in the general election, but his six-page autobiography certainly made the best reading of any of the candidates.

He pretty much lays out his whole life from birth to 2006 in it. If in the future anyone is checking him out as a suspect, the autobio could be used as a comparison to track movements, dates, etc.

Spacing, and some very minor spelling issues cleaned up and then converted to a PDF. (I missed the 'E' at the end of Thomas Wolfe's name...my apologies) These types of documents are not subject to copyright, since they are freely provided for public use.

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(On a personal note, after I read his autobiography, I decided that for Sheridan to hijack a plane and threaten innocent people simply for money...would be beneath him somehow. That's a strictly subjective opinion.) :)



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Here's another opinion. I have forgiven Skipp Porteous, but it's going to bug me from now until forever that he cut Geoff Gray out of the loop during the most critical time of the investigation into Christiansen. I will never forget getting Gray's book from Amazon on the day of release.

I read it pretty much through in a single day. And I knew by the first twenty pages that something was wrong. Where was any mention of the Geestmans', or Dawn Androsko, or Helen Jones? Porteous told me he was updating Gray on our investigation. I remember thinking 'WTF' is going on?



Hmm now I get your point.

Just piecing it together....no doubt Gray jumped on to the topic for the same cause everybody else is here ...TO SOLVE THE DAMN CASE

It could very well be that it started as a book on Kenny wherein he just wanted to say include DW or a McCoy to move away from the monotony of just the KC narration. But when Porteous pulled the plug Gray had no other option but to include EVERYBODY, Vietcong & aliens.

I think that may be the reason why Kenny ends so abruptly in the book despite that is how the narration began.

If I am someone "normal" who knows little to nothing about the case, after reading the book, I'd probably come out thinking DW as a better suspect than KC. And I am guessing that is caz Ms. Jo was more cooperative than Porteous.

Porteous is a PI and if pulled the plug to...well...write his own book then I am guessing there's some meat to KC, so dude...I'd say carry on the work.

If Duane can be made to look so potent then on KC you guys have really done some investigation, I'd not mind reading that up... and ADD theories :P

Let's get real FBI is too busy to look into it. With so many mass murderers out there, if in FBI, even I wouldn't give a rat's tail to DBC.

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I have NOT contrived the story I have told & anyone who meets me or knows me knows I can tease (only in the written word), but actually cannot tell a lie....face to face. I read like an open book! Gray was at least courteous regarding my character...he made me sound like a prude - but, I know why he did that. I did not agree with some of the things he said about me - but, I read the book one time & that was it. I marked things as I read it in the event I had to discuss these things in the future.



He was quiet disrespectful of most members out here and he did use the stories from their lives which were absolutely irrelevant to the topic.

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I LIKED the way he ended his book - he had NO choice, but to crawl into the hole with me. It was not his intended ending....As for the man who supposedly contacted Grey on the end - I think that was PURE fiction



I am glad and surprised at the same time that you are saying this. But then it is kinda THAT obvious.

Anyways, it is not often one gets the opportunity to ask so allow me... Did you really find a cookbook with Tina Mucklow's childhood picture in it?

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ThousandThings: You will probably have to repost your question later. Where Jo lives on the East Coast it is nearly 3AM. Here in Seattle it is close to midnight.

I think the only way they will ever solve the Cooper case in the end is through DNA. But...the FBI has said that the partial DNA sample(s) they have from the tie can eliminate someone, but not confirm them as the hijacker.

So...if a DNA profile is submitted on a suspect, and that suspect is NOT eliminated by the partials...then the FBI will certainly take a closer look at that suspect.

Here at AB, we sent the Seattle FBI our final report on Christiansen. But I am holding back on the DNA sample from Lyle Christiansen for the moment. I want to wait until the photo albums from Lyle Christiansen arrive, and then submit both these things...and a paper copy of the report...to the Seattle FBI in person. I've decided this is the only way to get their attention. (Photo albums were Kenny's, and the pictures inside are behind those plastic cover things. His prints might be lifted from the pictures.)

If none of the prints match, and the DNA profile from Lyle is a no-go, and the FBI can't get anything from the witnesses in the report...

Then it's probably like Decoded's Buddy Levy said:

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"Christiansen is either Cooper, or it's the biggest set of coincidences in history..." (paraphrased)

Emphasis on 'coincidences'. :)
You know, I like his quote. He sent it to me in an email. Levy is no slouch. He's a full professor at Washington State University and a multi-published author. We still communicate today.


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***Was Sheridan cooking a turkey in Nepal? If the FBI belived his mud hut alibi they wouldnt have come back requesting a DNA swab.

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How could I have forgotten about Petey!! ??
The fact that they returned for a DNA swab...and had to look into those Baby Blue Eyes after Cooper was described as having brown ones...calls into question their own faith in the official description of the hijacker.


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Brown contacts are a possibility. But when you have to resort to extreme explanations to keep a suspect viable you have to wonder if you are trying to force the facts to fit rather than take them as they likely are.

Sheridan doesn't have brown eyes but he sure makes a supremely qualified Cooper otherwise.

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Brown contacts are a possibility. But when you have to resort to extreme explanations to keep a suspect viable you have to wonder if you are trying to force the facts to fit rather than take them as they likely are.

Sheridan doesn't have brown eyes but he sure makes a supremely qualified Cooper otherwise.

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Yeah, he sure does. He could have pulled it off easily. He certainly had the skills. I only have three things that make me lean against it. The blue eyes, the fact that Cooper dressed inappropriately for the show, (I think Sheridan would have at least worn boots) and his life history. To me, he just doesn't sound like the type of guy who was ever desperate enough to threaten people for money in such a way. A teacher, a world traveler, a guy with a family. You read that bio he wrote at age 80 and he just doesn't fit the profile. If he was Cooper, it was the only time in his life he stooped to doing something like that. I will admit it is possible, but if I found out he was Cooper, I would be stunned for sure.

FYI: 22 publications by AB of Seattle have been scheduled for Kindle Countdown deals between Friday, April 10th, and Sunday, April 12th. This is on dear old mom's request. Yes, mom. I am flying down to Phoenix to see her on the tenth of April. Then I have to answer for Revenge Story.

Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets. As the saying goes. :)


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ThousandThings: You will probably have to repost your question later. Where Jo lives on the East Coast it is nearly 3AM. Here in Seattle it is close to midnight.



I'll do that....later in the evening may be.


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I think the only way they will ever solve the Cooper case in the end is through DNA. But...the FBI has said that the partial DNA sample(s) they have from the tie can eliminate someone, but not confirm them as the hijacker.



Partial DNA that FBI has is also not confirmed that it belongs to DBC .... at least that's what I gathered from Skyjack.

And what I know is that there are no fingerprints. Or that FBI picked quiet a few of them and it cannot be confirmed which ones are of DBC... isn't that correct?

Besides, the book is a bit ambiguous on whether Webber was eliminated as suspect basis DNA or not... it has been discussed here a while back (but then so is everything else as well :P) ... can u update me on it?

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Then it's probably like Decoded's Buddy Levy said:

***"Christiansen is either Cooper, or it's the biggest set of coincidences in history..." (paraphrased)

Emphasis on 'coincidences'. :)
You know, I like his quote. He sent it to me in an email. Levy is no slouch. He's a full professor at Washington State University and a multi-published author. We still communicate today.

Hmm... I did a bit of Google on Buddy Levy and certainly he aint no idiot. And what an interesting comment.

Off all the people...KC has been the most promising suspect so far... again I have my questions, however the investigation and the set of coincident would be fun to read about.

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***Brown contacts are a possibility



What all have we resorted to :D:D:DLMAO!

IF D.B.COOPER DIED BEFORE CONFESSING HIS CRIME...I WILL SERIOUSLY KILL HIM!!

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I feel like I have to throw some things out there for discussion.

1 - I can't count the amount of times Larry Carr has said "go by the description and not the sketches." Plus a couple of pages back there Carr is accused of throwing a hoax out there. Did I read that right? Wouldn't he be under a huge amount of DZ scrutiny?
2 - *sigh* Geoffrey Gray did not write an in depth criminal investigation into DB Cooper, he wrote a book (a form of entertainment, granted well researched entertainment) on DB Cooper.
3 - When Earl Cossey said he delivered the chutes, I'm sure he didn't mean he delivered the chutes to Sea-Tac. What exactly is the basis for Cossey being called a liar?
4 - If the Amboy chute had markings, a phone call to Cossey (the FBI, chute expert) would be sufficient to determine if it was Cooper's supplied chutes.
5 - Brown contacts? This thing will never get solved. Instead of increasing the options, why can't we decrease the options?

I feel the heat about to be turned way up here, but (here goes) the DZ needs a little more non-American-paranoid-centric "the FBI, the government, are screwing us over, don't trust anything, conspiracy" in it.

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"...3 - When Earl Cossey said he delivered the chutes, I'm sure he didn't mean he delivered the chutes to Sea-Tac. What exactly is the basis for Cossey being called a liar?..."



SO, Rikes, you don't believe me when I say that Cossey told me that he owned the chutes and sent them to Sea-Tac via Boeing Field?

How come?

Similarly, how come you're "sure he didn't mean he delivered them to Sea-Tac." What's the basis of your confidence on this issue?

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***ThousandThings: You will probably have to repost your question later. Where Jo lives on the East Coast it is nearly 3AM. Here in Seattle it is close to midnight.



I'll do that....later in the evening may be.


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I think the only way they will ever solve the Cooper case in the end is through DNA. But...the FBI has said that the partial DNA sample(s) they have from the tie can eliminate someone, but not confirm them as the hijacker.



Partial DNA that FBI has is also not confirmed that it belongs to DBC .... at least that's what I gathered from Skyjack.

And what I know is that there are no fingerprints. Or that FBI picked quiet a few of them and it cannot be confirmed which ones are of DBC... isn't that correct?

Besides, the book is a bit ambiguous on whether Webber was eliminated as suspect basis DNA or not... it has been discussed here a while back (but then so is everything else as well :P) ... can u update me on it?

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Then it's probably like Decoded's Buddy Levy said:

***"Christiansen is either Cooper, or it's the biggest set of coincidences in history..." (paraphrased)

Emphasis on 'coincidences'. :)
You know, I like his quote. He sent it to me in an email. Levy is no slouch. He's a full professor at Washington State University and a multi-published author. We still communicate today.

Hmm... I did a bit of Google on Buddy Levy and certainly he aint no idiot. And what an interesting comment.

Off all the people...KC has been the most promising suspect so far... again I have my questions, however the investigation and the set of coincident would be fun to read about.

Actually, you shouldn't refer to KC as a suspect. The FBI has known about him for years. Not a suspect. There was however, talk that two FBI agents visited Lyle to obtain a DNA sample. That however, turned out to be a lie. Not the only lie in the KC story.
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I typed a long post and it went POOF! Everytime I do this I have put a lot of effort into the post and it has real meaning so I do NOT know why such post conveniently go POOF.

It is all in this thread about the Book, Tina the little girl in the book and the picture of the little girl.

Too much pain to try to restructure the post I just did that went POOF! Seems like GOD just doesn't want the story told - especially when the story goes to Tina & that cook book & how it appeared in my home.

I actually got to speak with the author of the book a yr before she died...she was living in FL & still had 2 copies of the book - only 3000 were published and distributed thru a church where Tina lived at the time of the crime.

She was a remarkable woman & very very alert & well spoken for her age which I believe to be in her 90's. She was thrilled to talk about her book.

The little girl's picture I scanned & it stuck to the scanner - I proceeded to attempt to put it back together the best I could.

I did ask the author why she named the little Dutch girl Tina - & she said because she like the name.

Someone once claimed that when the RIVER RATS did their thing a few yrs ago, a couple approached the FBI agent wanting to know what happened to their relative's books that were left on the plane as they were never returned...NOW that could simply have been something that Grey made up..I do not remember where the statement came from.

I read that statement someplace in all of the accountings given of the river search by the group who went there a few yrs ago trying to reconstruct the money find.

Grey saw the BOOKS as there was 2 of them - both from the same era. One connected to AWARE and OR & WA and the other one from a church in the area the crew came out of. ODD!

I still have the books & will cherish them till the end of my life. Another occupant on the plane asked me if I thought maybe Tina used the books to entertain & interact with Cooper. I had no answer for that as that is what I have thought for yrs.

One of the quotes in the book I believe guided Duane to become all he could be...and that book was his conscience & his guide thru out the rest of his life. That is what I believe & I have no proof these books were on that plane - other than the damage to one of the books.

That book had water damage & there was markings on the back to indicate that end had been exposed to water damage.

The markings (impression on the lower back side) appeared to be the same size as legal currency. This all fit the story Duane told me about a shed in WA or OR. Duane left me in THE DALLES for 5 & 1/2 hours one morning & when he got back he was soiled.

He told me a woman he went to see ( a woman whose husband had died) asked him to move somethings in a shed where water had been leaking.

This fits the money & it fits the damaged book....the other book was undamaged....but created & published by the wives of men of who worked with AWARE.

AWARE built airstrips, communications system for private & military facilities...they built the VOR's. They constructed the towers....all of the things Duane was so knowledgable of.
They cleared the land & built private strip for jumpers - such as 2 locations for one of the more prominent jumpers in WA. Duane knew all of these strips & all of these towers & the VOR & he pointed them out to me on our trip in 1979....I had little knowledge of Cooper at that time & Cooper was only mentioned jokingly one (1) time on that trip - our first day in WA & after that NOTHING else was said about Cooper.

Yet, each & every place he took me seems to be significant regarding Cooper's/Weber's knowledge of the area.

NOW do u understand why I will not give up until God calls me home...my quality of life has become such that I live each day hoping beyond all hope that the truth will be known before I am called home.

Recent conversations with a person of interest gave me a gift - not a tangible gift, but one that I needed to go forward with.....faith. I was assured that I was not alone in my beliefs regarding the bible.
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***Brown contacts are a possibility



What all have we resorted to :D:D:DLMAO!

IF D.B.COOPER DIED BEFORE CONFESSING HIS CRIME...I WILL SERIOUSLY KILL HIM!!


LOL!

We have needed a little sense of humor on this thread for some time now.


Colored contacts were in their infancy at that time and we discussed this for many months & debated it. 1971 - colored contact may have been used in the movies and by very very wealthy people but the ordinary citizen could not afford contacts - I tried my first ones in the early 80's and not a good thing.....at least for me....forgot if they were hard or soft.

I fell asleep with them in and woke up not being able to see - we had take me to the ER to get them out.

First and last experience with contacts.
Now my hand is not steady enough to use contacts - so wear a pair eye glasses that are out dated and falling apart...just not in the budget - but, it is on my have to do list.

Infact looked at frames today...they make them so little no way will they get tri-focals in them and none of the frames were comfortable....what is an old lady to do?

Found one pair that are a maybe at Eye Glass World, but later this week going elsewhere - there is no shopping close to me besides a Walmart & they had nothing to fit my old face and big ole nose....I wear tri-focals.

Can't keep up with one pair much less a pair for driving and a pair for in the house....guess the answer to that is to keep the driving glasses on the dash.
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Hmm...

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'Actually, you shouldn't refer to KC as a suspect. The FBI has known about him for years. Not a suspect. There was however, talk that two FBI agents visited Lyle to obtain a DNA sample. That however, turned out to be a lie. Not the only lie in the KC story...'



You're wrong about Kenny not being a suspect. (I will explain below) However, you are right about the lies. But not by me. Bernie Geestman has told so many lies to History Channel producer Marisa Kagan, the cast of Decoded, and yours truly...that the staff at AB nicknamed him 'Pinnochio'.

You know, when I decide to call someone a liar, it's usually because I checked out their statements through second and third sources...or I went to the original source and ASKED. I received a message long ago from Skipp Porteous saying that the FBI had been in contact with Lyle Christiansen at the start, and that Skipp thought the FBI probably picked up on a swab while they were there. So I went with that statement. I may have even supported it more than I should have. When nothing came of such an alleged swab, I assumed that the FBI either never ran the comparison to the tie sample, or they simply filed Lyle's DNA in the Minneapolis office and forgot about it. I don't believe there is anything about this incident in the book either, but I would have to check on that.

More recently, I decided to clear all this up while we were doing the final report for the Seattle FBI on Kenny...a report that they told me to go ahead and send to them by the way...and I called up Lyle Christiansen to ask him about this DNA point.

Lyle said: A single FBI agent met with him and...well, here it is in Lyle's own words from an email he sent me on November 17, 2014 about the visit:

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"Early on, when I first started to think that Kenny was D. B., I called the FBI and they sent one of their agents to Morris to interview me, we met at the Morris East Side Park and I sat in his car and I told him my suspicions because everything about the descriptions about D.B. from the flight attendants matched Kenny, except for his height and I told him about the Bourbon bottles in Kenny's effects. ( D. B. asked for Bourbon drinks on the flight ).

The agent came here from Alexandria or St. Cloud MN. He never wrote back to tell me what he thought. When I was out to help Kenny when he was very sick, I kept happenings listed in a memo book, so I can send those happenings to you, I am starting to do that now. Robin Powell and Mac were helping him with timely pills and Stoma changes. If you could find Robin, he may know something, he took me on a drive separately as if he was trying to find out something and right after Kenny passed away, he started to go through Kenny's file for some reason, my older brother Oliver didn't like that at all and told him to stop. But I don't know if Robin is still living..."


(NOTE: Robin Powell (shown in picture attached) is still living, somewhere in the Tacoma area. He has a record for assault and other things. We have not been able to reach him, although we have spoken to his ex-wife, Carolyn.)

The Seattle FBI, contrary to your opinion, DOES consider Kenny Christiansen a suspect in the Cooper case. But not at the beginning. Not then. In late 2007/early 2008 they issued a brief statement as a response to questions about the Geoff Gray article in New York Magazine. They said Kenny didn't match the description.

Forward in time two plus years: Book and History Channel show emerge on Christiansen. Initial report is sent to them on Kenny in December 2012, although with a few errors, but those mostly had to do with Kenny's purchase of the house in Bonney Lake, and not anything about what the witnesses were claiming on Kenny and Bernie as it related to the hijacking.

In 2011 (edit) before I sent in the initial report, I requested information from the Seattle FBI on Christiansen's status in the Cooper case. I specifically asked them if Kenny had been eliminated as a suspect in the case, as was said back in 07-08.

Agent Fred Gutt responded that no, Christiansen had not been eliminated as a suspect, and in fact replied..."some in this office believe he's a good suspect. Others believe there are better suspects..."
I call that statement quite fair, considering the circumstances. (EDIT: Because of this, we continued our investigation into Christiansen.)

In a follow-up phone call Gutt made to my office in Auburn, he also admitted that the FBI had not investigated Christiansen at all, not in the least. He pointed to budget constraints and basically told me the FBI would no longer put any money toward checking out suspects unless they had solid evidence that would warrant such an expenditure. (This is probably a reaction to the Marla Cooper fiasco, the last known time the FBI threw budget money at a Cooper suspect.) Gutt suggested a DNA profile could be compared against the partial profiles they had from the tie, but he said nothing about Kenny being dead, or WHERE or WHO should provide the sample. And since I know little to nothing about DNA profiling, I didn't even know if a close family member's profile would even be suitable. (According to Arc Point labs, the technology in place now says 'probably,' although they would like to see the partial profiles the FBI is holding now, because they say they might be able to do a better comparison than the FBI. I'm just repeating what THEY said, so don't blame that on me.) I told ArcPoint I would ask about this when I see the FBI. (EDIT: I also told ArcPoint that the FBI might agree to this, but not through me. I told them I would ask the Seattle FBI if they would be willing to provide the partial profiles to them privately, so that TWO comparisons could be run. One by ArcPoint, one by the FBI, as a sort of control.)

I suggested to Gutt there was already a sample in Minneapolis belonging to KC's brother Lyle. Gutt said he had not heard of this, and knew nothing about it. Later, I just figured they lost it or didn't care, or filed it away. It wasn't until last November that I discovered the truth from Lyle himself, and that's when I finally had him submit a DNA sample, which he obtained through the County Sheriffs' office in Morris. That sample remains sealed, and will only be opened at the lab at the proper time.

The sample will be run for the profile at ArcPoint Labs in Seattle, and then submitted to the FBI in person by myself and AB staff member Greg the Techie Guy, after we obtain an appointment with someone at the Seattle office. I will also be bringing a photo album with plastic sheets over the pictures that belonged to Kenny Christiansen, along with a print copy of the final report on him. This will be done about two weeks AFTER April 12th, when I return from Phoenix. The photo album is being submitted in an attempt to have prints lifted from the photos.

Parrothead Vol: I have not been over to look at Shutter's site lately, so I don't know what's happening there. Maybe Georger isn't copy/pasting my every other post and then spewing out his hate-filled crap. Maybe this is no longer happening. But I will tell you THIS: Never listen to people who go too personal in this case, rather than giving your atttention to the facts. Because people who DO that...or who SUPPORT that...have an agenda.

You see that quote below? I didn't just pick it out of a hat, my friend. I will always try to give it to people straight, no matter what. Sometimes I make mistakes, just like anyone else who has worked on this case. But I don't deliberately lie to people in order to force square pegs into round holes, or to somehow 'make' Kenneth Peter Christiansen into the hijacker. Either he was, or he wasn't and neither of us can say with any certainty (yet) what the truth is on him.

I assure you of one thing. I am making every reasonable effort to find out.
And either way it goes, I can handle it. :)
(NOTE: I made a few minor edits. One on the date of an event, another on why we continued our investigation, after going back through my email messages and phone notes with the Seattle FBI. A third regards ArcPoint labs. The edits are marked.)


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******Brown contacts are a possibility



What all have we resorted to :D:D:DLMAO!

IF D.B.COOPER DIED BEFORE CONFESSING HIS CRIME...I WILL SERIOUSLY KILL HIM!!

See attached screen shot.

:S Woops! Sorry!

I feel like I am living in LA LA LAND...literally anything's possible.

I couldn't locate this article on that blog...but I am guessing this guy also makes a viable suspect, Isn't it? ....even the timing is correct and of course he could definitely use a bit of extra change!

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Actually, you shouldn't refer to KC as a suspect. The FBI has known about him for years. Not a suspect. There was however, talk that two FBI agents visited Lyle to obtain a DNA sample. That however, turned out to be a lie. Not the only lie in the KC story.



One of the friends and I kinda fell out of contact with each other for years, nothing bad, just owing to busy schedules. We, however lived in the same apartment complex (5 floors apart, he on 19th and I on 24th). For whatever reasons we did not even run into each other in elevators, lobby, pool/garden/gym, common area etc. either and then one fine day I bumped into him at .... Frankfurt Airport...half way across the world. What are the odds?

Truth is stranger than fiction ... and that is the only reason, a novice like me would entertain (and not rule out) any suspects.

I have my doubts on KC, many reasons to it however even in my own head they are shrouded with questions so why not debate instead? Geestman lied...why would anyone? KC lived a rather secretive life...why would he? and so on

I have the same reasons for Webber as well... it cannot be denied that he lived multiple lives and what he did in one of them is still to be unraveled....so again why not?

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Too much pain to try to restructure the post I just did that went POOF! Seems like GOD just doesn't want the story told



It's not GOD...it's the INTERNET GOD...these are 2 different entities I guess. GOD has not gone "online"...yet!:D

Anyways, I read your post but couldn't still comprehend if u did actually find the hand written cookbook with Tina's childhood pic in it?

PS: Maam you have said it before as well, for me to go thru previous posts, please understand we are on page 2318 and there are over 50K posts. Its not possible to find a previous post or send a link to the post.
You are however, free to not respond to a query or ignore.

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The Seattle FBI, contrary to your opinion, DOES consider Kenny Christiansen a suspect in the Cooper case. But not at the beginning. Not then. In late 2007/early 2008 they issued a brief statement as a response to questions about the Geoff Gray article in New York Magazine. They said Kenny didn't match the description.



Damn Gray...my already clouded judgment has become even murkier after the book. He wrote somewhere that a boy found $2000 stuck in a tree hole ... and this pic says in the kitchen counter... didn't anyone tally the serial numbers?

Shouldn't $4000 dollars hidden away raise suspicion anyways DBC or no DBC?

(I am noticing lately all my posts end in a question mark :$)

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"...3 - When Earl Cossey said he delivered the chutes, I'm sure he didn't mean he delivered the chutes to Sea-Tac. What exactly is the basis for Cossey being called a liar?..."



SO, Rikes, you don't believe me when I say that Cossey told me that he owned the chutes and sent them to Sea-Tac via Boeing Field?

How come?

Similarly, how come you're "sure he didn't mean he delivered them to Sea-Tac." What's the basis of your confidence on this issue?



BS, I thought it was accepted that the chain of command went NWO SEA Flt Ops scrambled and phoned Pacific Aviation (I believe there is a statement from the individual, Harrison maybe?) who knew/contacted Cossey and he shoved the Hayden chutes he had packed at his house into a cab (after being paid for them by NWO SEA.) They went to Boeing Field then to Sea-Tac by private car to 305. The other two were harder to secure and went more direct by state patrol. It was my understanding that Cossey much later said he "owned" the chutes because he received money for them which was sent in the cab by NWO SEA.

Am I wrong on all that?

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