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  1. I was under the impression that there were a total of 4 aircraft pursuing 305 that night? Where did you get 7 aircraft in pursuit?
  2. Does anyone really think there would be enough time for the military to contact and locate a military rigger and then have him unpack the chutes, add the chaff , and then repack the chutes, and get them delivered, all within Cooper's demanded time frame? As far as proving Cossey was the only civilian rigger working that area..... Find a parachute owned by someone in that area, during this time, that had been packed or repacked by someone other than Cossey. I bet you would have trouble finding one.
  3. As per the last sentence, I might respectfully disagree.
  4. I have a hard time believing Cooper would accept chutes he knew came from McChord.
  5. Of course they would contact Cossey. If he's the only civilian rigger working that area and they only have a certain window of time to find them ( the chutes ) and have them delivered to the airport, who else are they going to contact? And it wasn't coincidence that he was the one who packed Hayden's chute. As the only civilian rigger working that area at the time and also as the only one that had been there for the previous few years, it didn't matter where the chutes came from. They almost certainly were going to be chutes packed by Cossey, given the time frame they were working with. Cooper's foolproof plan to make sure he wasn't getting a chute that had been fucked with?
  6. According to Hager..... Cossey was the only civilian rigger working in that area at the time of the hijacking. In fact Hag said he had been the only rigger in that area for a few years preceding the hijacking. Hager told me. ( according to his research ) that the closest working rigger to Cossey lived and worked about 4 or 5 hours away from Seattle. I believe the guy lived north and east of Seattle. He might have been across the state line? Hag also mentioned about one other rigger that might have packed some chutes during this time. Hag said there was a small airport in the southern part of the state ( Washington ). I think it was about 20 or 30 miles east of Vancouver Washington, maybe just a little north as well. It was operated by a husband and wife. They had a son that was a certified rigger. Although he might have stayed in the state of Washington at times, Hag said this guy worked ( as a rigger ) in the state of Oregon. Hag thought it possible that this rigger might have packed some chutes at his mom and dad's airport for some of their customers? As far as Hager could tell these were the only civilian riggers working anywhere near the hijacking. There were , of course, many different military riggers working during this time. Might this be why Cossey was relevant? ( if he indeed was the only civilian rigger working that area ) Who else was the. F.B.I. going to go to?
  7. Not necessarily knew him personally. More like knew of him being the only civilian rigger working in that area.
  8. I am thinking that Cooper was looking for Cossey's name on the packing card.
  9. It almost certainly was Cooper that pulled out the packing card. The bigger question is why? What was was he looking for on the packing card? How could the information on the packing card help him? I think there might be an obvious answer but I'm waiting to hear if there's another reason he might have been looking at the packing card? From a sky diver's point of view is there any reason Cooper needed to look at the packing card?,
  10. I believe there was a switch on the main track that diverted cars onto a short piece of train tracks running parallel to the main tracks. This short piece of track was located between the main track and the back of the store.(pretty sure) In fact I think you posted a pic that showed this switch. This was a while back.
  11. I don't believe this statement to be correct. I believe that the trains did in fact slow down in this area. In fact, I believe that the trains actually came to a complete stop while loading and unloading cars and such.
  12. The last paragraph goes a long way in explaining my issues with what Eric continues to post over and over. It's nothing personal, it has nothing to do with capitalism, it has nothing to do with CooperCon. It has everything to do with impeding progress in the investigation.
  13. Nice work, Fly. Would love to hear more about it. Congrats!
  14. Nice find with the shoes Fly! The pics show shoes with laces, were any slip on types made? Weren't Cooper's loafers identified as slip ons?