New Evidence Hints at Identity of Legendary Plane Hijacker D. B. Cooper: Did He Work for Boeing?

SKETCHS OF HOW DAN COOPER LOOKED IN NOVEMBER, 1971.

Plane hijacker D. B. Cooper is a hero to all the white people I know.

He said “F*ck you” to the System without hurting anyone.

I’d like to think that he lived a good life after jumping out of the plane he hijacked with $200,000 in tow. Realistically, if he did survive the jump, the fear of discovery, followed by life imprisonment would make it difficult to live serenely.

Alleged new evidence has surfaced that may offer clues about his true identity.

Excerpt from the Daily Mail

New evidence uncovered by scientists examining D.B. Cooper’s necktie has led to a shocking new twist in the recently closed, unsolved case.

A team of vigilante scientists, the self-titled Citizen Sleuths, devote their time to exclusively researching the mysterious hijacking, in which Cooper parachuted from a plane with $200,000 and was never seen again.

After examining the JC Penney tie left behind by Cooper, the Sleuths discovered a number of rare elements on its surface, which indicate that Cooper may have worked as an engineer for Boeing before the historic hijacking.

Haha. Cooper wore a J. C. Penney clip on neck tie. That sounds about like me back in the day.

Using an electron microscope, the scientists were able to pull more than 100,000 particles from the tie, which contained traces of ‘rare earth elements’.

‘They’re used in very narrow fields, for very specific things,’ said Tom Kaye, associate researcher for the group told King 5 News.

Such elements included Cerium, Strontium Sulfide, and pure titanium. They were used at the time of Cooper’s hijacking by Boeing in the production of their Super Sonic Transport Plane.

Boeing was cultivating high-tech equipment, like radar screens, in the 1960s and 1970s which utilized the elements found on Cooper’s discarded tie.

‘The tie went with him into these manufacturing environments, for sure, so he was not one of the people running these (manufacturing machines),’ Kaye said.

‘He was either an engineer or a manager in one of the plants.’

It has been 45 years since DB Cooper hijacked a plane and then parachuted into the woods somewhere around the border of Oregon and Washington with $200,000, which would be worth more than $1 million today

It has been 45 years since DB Cooper hijacked a plane and then parachuted into the woods somewhere around the border of Oregon and Washington with $200,000, which would be worth more than $1 million today

Kaye and his team are appealing for members of the public with experience in aerospace engineering during that time period to help them investigate further.

COOL, BRO.

If Dan Cooper were found today and I was on a jury, I would vote NOT GUILTY even if he confessed. Heroes are hard to find. I wouldn’t put one in prison for any reason. It’s called jury nullification. I also would vote any and all members of the Bundy family not guilty of any charges lodged against them.

White people have to learn how to stand up for each other. Making D. B. Cooper a representative hero of our race is a good place to start.

4 thoughts on “New Evidence Hints at Identity of Legendary Plane Hijacker D. B. Cooper: Did He Work for Boeing?

  1. Pingback: https://saboteur365.wordpress.com/2017/01/15/new-evidence-hints-at-identity-of-legendary-plane-hijacker-d-b-cooper-did-he-work-for-boeing/ | behindertvertriebentessarzblog

  2. LOL, I totally forgot about that guy! 1971! (Same year DisneyWorld in Orlando opened. That’s about all I remember re the year ’71).

    Funny about the clip-on tie.

    If Cooper was a manager or whatever in one of the plants, then how hard would that be to figure out who it was who never showed up for work again?

    $200,000 sounded like a FORTUNE in those days. I DO remember that!

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