ParrotheadVol

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  1. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    No one said Five "something", and no one said white guy with a tan. Those are your words, because they fit your suspect.
  2. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Blevins - The "house purchased for cash" was not a mistake. It was a lie. I don't know who told it first, maybe it was Lyle, maybe it was Porteous, maybe it was you, maybe it was one of the people with an iron clad memory that knew Kenny. But someone originally told it and at that point it was an outright lie, not a "mistake".
  3. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Can you remember who, if anyone was missing from class those days?
  4. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    I would love to have a memory like that, wouldn't you? Hell, you can't even remember the details of how and when you and Porteous got started on Cooper. What was it you said, "Hey...it was twelve years ago". Imagine trying to remember who was at Thanksgiving dinner 40 years earlier, or a conversation in a grocery store from 40 years ago. It's simply amazing how not just one, but all of these witnesses in this fable have these super human memories.
  5. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    But that's not what Porteous says. He says they sent DNA from Kenny and Lyle to the FBI. Either he did, or he is lying. I don't see any middle ground there.
  6. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    I don't think I need to invent liars here. It's already an established fact that someone lied. Do we need to revisit the house purchased with cash again?
  7. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Not according to Porteous: Sherlock Investigations has been investigating a man who fits the profile more than any other suspect, and we believe that our suspect was the real DB Cooper. Very soon, a major weekly magazine will feature our suspect, and how we found him. The article includes photos. Watch your newstand! After months of investigating the identity of the notorious DB Cooper, Sherlock Investigations reveals the culprit's identity in a major article in New York magazine (Oct. 29, 2007 issue), on the news stands on October 22, 2007.In the piece, you'll learn about how we came across his identity, and why we think this man is the infamous DB Cooper. This case has baffled the FBI for almost 36 years. Now, the true story of DB Cooper comes to light. Too much to copy and paste on that topic, but if you take a look around at the Sherlock Investigations web site, it's clear that they started the investigation into Christiansen before GG did. In looking at the Sherlock Investigations site, it makes me wonder if Blevins and Porteous are one and the same. In October of 2007, Porteous wrote the following: When Lyle Christiansen first suspected his brother and went to the FBI he didn't give them any evidence. He even tried to hide his brother's name from them, and his story was just one among many hundreds that they received. To this day, they've obtained NO evidence directly from Christiansen. At Sherlock Investigations we've gathered lots of evidence, including DNA and Christiansen's thumbprint.Most importantly, the FBI maintains that Cooper was 6 feet tall and weighed 175 to 180 pounds, had brown eyes, and a tan or swarthy complexion. Kenneth Christiansen was 5'10 in shoes, and according to his driver's license, 170 pounds. (Many people lie on their driver's license applications, so he could have been a few pounds heavier.) He also had hazel eyes. Many people confuse brown eyes with hazel eyes. Christiansen also loved the sun, and spent as much time in tropical places and beaches as he could.At their request, we provided the FBI with DNA from Kenneth Christiansen and his brother. Only when the FBI conclusively eliminates him based on that evidence will it prove that Christiansen wasn't Cooper. Meanwhile, he is the leading suspect, and to reject him as a suspect because the FBI didn't bother to obtain a copy of his driver's license is negligent. So, now we're back to the question of DNA. Blevins said early on that Lyle submitted DNA to the FBI. When pressed on the issue, he said that it didn't happen. Now, we have Porteous saying that Sherlock Investigations sent DNA from Kenny and Lyle to the FBI at their request: Last year the FBI asked Sherlock Investigations to supply DNA evidence for Kenneth Christianson, whom we believe was "D.B. Cooper." We sent them envelopes and stamps that Christianson had licked. We also sent them a right thumbprint from his Army discharge papers where he was a paratrooper. So, Lyle said they didn't, Porteous said they did, Blevins has said both....as I've said before, there's a liar in this story, quite possibly more than one.
  8. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Robert, the point is that you read that article and immediately made up your mind that Kenny was Cooper: "Oh, I believe Sherlock Investigations hit it on the head with this one". "On the measly salary paid Christiansen by the airline, there is no way he could have saved up $16,000 for the house in Bonney Lake. It would have taken him years". This serves as proof that you already had your mind made up before you ever interviewed the first person. You didn't decide a year later that Porteus "might be on to something". It took one article, and you bought in completely.
  9. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    So instead of trying to rewrite or change history, let's tell the truth instead. It was in November of 2007 that you saw the article about Kenny Christiansen. It wasn't "after reviewing evidence" that you thought that Porteous might be on to something. Your own comments at the end of the article show that you were already a believer in Kenny being the hijacker and you were already wanting to do a book: "Oh, I believe Sherlock Investigations hit it on the head with this one. I was 18 years old and grew up in Sumner, Washington, just down the street from Bonney Lake. On the measly salary paid Christiansen by the airline, there is no way he could have saved up $16,000 for the house in Bonney Lake. It would have taken him years. This is an old case, but it would interesting to know if any of his old bank records, or tax returns exist somewhere.On a side note, anytime you feel like doing a book on this subject, drop me a line. You can find me at Adventure Books of Seattle. I'm the managing editor". - Robert M. Blevins, November 5 2007 http://blog.sherlockinvestigations.com/2007/11/db-cooper-new-york-magazine.html
  10. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Daren has a link to his podcast under his topic at Shutters site and it works just fine. Try again.
  11. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Confirmation bias at its finest right there.
  12. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    Blevins - C'mon man. We can go back through the history on this site and find many times when it was "Exit Stage Left" and you were done with Cooper. We all know that you ain't leaving the Cooper case. This year, next year, 5 or 10 years down the road, whatever. It won't matter. This is in your blood and you can't simply flip a switch and quit. So, quit lying to us and yourself and just take ownership of your addiction to all things DB Cooper. Embrace it, there's nothing wrong with it. My only advice would be to find a better suspect.
  13. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    No. But I do think that they could look at some suspects and positively say that it wasn't them.
  14. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    So again, Robert chooses to not answer this question.
  15. ParrotheadVol

    DB Cooper

    I'm not Robert, but I think I can answer this: "Cooper Royalty" is a term that carries with it a certain level of negativity. If you are referred to as "Cooper Royalty", it is usually not a compliment. The purpose of the term "Cooper Royalty", is to paint those being referred to as "Cooper Royalty" in a negative light while at the same time doing just the opposite for the person using the term. The term "Cooper Royalty" is used primarily by only one person in particular on certain forums, blogs and articles. However, reality is that there is actually no such thing as "Cooper Royalty", as it only exists inside the head of the person who created the term, and in a fictional place known as "Cooperland" (another term created by the same individual that is usually used as a term to describe the fictional land of negativity where all of "Cooper Royalty" as well as the rest of the evil "truth fearing" people that oppose his theories on a certain case reside). Hope that helps.