American Intelligence?

Jim Nantz jnantz2 at GETNET.NET
Fri Jul 4 19:32:33 MDT 2003

At 11:43 AM 7/4/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>At 07:20 AM 7/4/2003 -0700, Jim Nantz wrote:
>>John you're right. In case anyone doesn't know: DB Cooper is the guy that
>>gets the credit for being the first to hijack and airplane. He robbed the
>>passengers, put on a parachute and bailed out of the airplane. The plane
>>was too high and going too fast for this to be a safe thing to do. Most
>>believe that he died in the attempt. I've heard of people hiking in the
>>woods in that area who had found lumps of rotting money. I believe Cooper
>>did this in the late 60s or early 70s but can't pin it down any closer
>>than that.
>         1973 was the exact year.......I was a sophomore in high school at
> the time. I recall it well........however, my point was that despite the
> ultra-latest, hip, super cool gadgetry, nobody ever found Cooper, yet
> they think finding WMD is a walk in the park. Hans Blix, for one, wanted
> until late August to continue to search. WHY haven't the US Service men
> and women been afforded the same slack?
>John Q.

Claiming the weapons of mass destruction in Iraq aren't real is the same as
claiming that DB Cooper never existed just because they haven't found the

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