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     I've considered editing the "I knew" letter in post #146, but that might mess things up in terms of the flow of this thread.
     There are several things that I can point out about that document. Others have commented that the author claims that he's "not a boasting man," but that that's is exactly what he's doing. Once again we see a document that contains several messages...several very telling messages. It seems to me that the there are more historic documents where he paraphrases the paragraph: "My life has been one of hate, turmoil, etc etc"?
     Take this line where he starts out with: "Here are some (not all) of the things working against authorities:" etc. If you study the structure of this statement, he's actually being redundant with the "(not all)" portion of this statement. The point is that the word some = (not all). This then stands as more proof that these word underlines are truly meant to act as statement modifiers. He then reinforces this notions with the line: "I'm not a boasting man." The same of which is proven within the whole context of the letter, to be a lie, because he's doing just that, he's boasting! Get it? Because of the fact that he's done this underline detail on several documents, coupled with how they're placed, proves that that is exactly the intended effect.
     Another standout in this document is the statement: "Neither am I a psycho-pathic(sic) killer." Which is what the Zodiac killer persona documents would have the public believe.
     So, in summary, I'm gonna state that this truly is a Zodiac Jack document and that's it's exactly the sort of thing that we've come to expect from him, and in several more ways than I'll list here today.
     We'll see that these same underline details take place on the "B"D Cooper cutouts letter. He also applied these underlines in  very specific ways on that same taunting letter.



    

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     Nanette, here is probably one of the most important documents involving the Cooper caper in terms of our collective research. Wait till you get a load of the envelope in came in, it's heavily redacted to the point of being ridiculous. 
     There's a lot to say about this document, I'll do it in the form of a list like we see on the "I knew" letter:
1) That backwards facing letter p is now known to be a code breaking tool.
2) Note the underlines in the first line and how they then modify the statement in a way that makes overall sense. Hence: "here= not here you share  $$$=not money", in other words: "not here you share not money"
3) What is the image in the middle and why did the FBI do such a poor job of copying it? Is it some of the ransom money?
4) Note the emphasis placed on "Coo," and this isn't the only document that does so.
5) Why the special E in Cooper?
6) Why the special R in Cooper?
7) And of very great significance is that it's "B" D Cooper. Which is an affirmation of the linkage between the Black Dahlia case, Zodiac killer, Cooper and resolves with the Ramsey case as a strong hint of linkage.
8) "You Aren't Fool".....Who's not a fool? The persons that makes these connections?
9) All of these things are random coincidences? ....No way, not possible! They're too specific and they fit right in, as was the apparent overall plan.




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This is supposed to be the envelope the BD Cooper document came in. I strongly assert that the FBI has no right to present the public with this piece of evidence so heavily redacted. And, of course you can see that it has B.D. in the return address section. Did the FBI also cover up that the envelope has double postage?: envelope86.jpg 

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Several things, both subtle and obvious jump right out at me on this document and tells me that it's a genuine Zodiac Jack missive. The subtle hints are actually more important at this point in time.
1) The very large Y in the word by, as in By Rope, By Knife, etc.
2) The intentionally misspelled word "Annocement(sic) and the way the letter Y is pointing at the word 'ceMent(sic).
3) That 'one of a kind' letter P, which we now know is a key code breaking device.
4) "THE PERFECT CRIme," in other words, a "cry me" hint.
5) The fanciful word "AMnesTy(sic)", which could very well be a hint with a much deeper meaning.
6)Now apply the heavy underlines as 'not" modifiers and all of these same statements will all ring true. Oh....and "no cement", as in perhaps a "cement overshoes" hint? Get it?


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Nanette, these Cooper case letters sent to the Seattle FBI Dec 2 1971 are about as Zodiac Jack as it gets! Note the 777 or "order out of chaos" code on the envelope. Then "Air Mail" written at an angle with double underlines.: highjack3a.jpg Lots of Zodiac Jack characteristics, like "high jack." Cooper UNSUB consumed Bourbon on the flight. Note the underline under the implied word "he." The same of which appears to be one of his early type of JT initial hints. Note the space between "remark" and "able." And way too many redaction's from the FBI.: highjack1.jpg 
Then a BIG hint is: "My name is:" These documents have both subtle and very obvious hints. :
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I edited to add this point: Examine the specific way he underlined the word "Mail". Mai Ail is apparently an Arabic name. Also, three 7's appear in the last paragraph of the second page of this letter.


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Nanette, here is the so-called "Elvis" letter and the first subsequent FBI memo(maybe first?). I'm jumping ahead in putting these documents up next. Actually it's the first of the questioned documents that seems to show the least amount of evidence that it was composed by Jack. However, I do see some subtle hints, and it seems to me that there is at least one Zodiac document that has this same type of letter style. Read the FBI memo carefully.
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Nanette, I think that it's well worth mentioning the April 2013 murder of Earl Cossey. Cossey was a junior high school teacher, skydiving instructor and pilot that provided some, if not all of the parachutes in the Cooper caper. He was found dead of blunt force trauma in his garage by his daughter.
     The police said the house had been "gone through." I assume that this means by a burglar(s)? A few days later someone mailed his driver's license and credit cards to his house address. Which is very spooky, IMHO. Cops ran the false narrative that it was probably a Good Samaritan. If it was truly a Good Samaritan, why didn't they come forward in a serious murder case? Good Samaritan my ass! 
     From what I've read, Cossey may have had a tense relationship with the FBI over the Cooper case? I'm not saying or even implying that the FBI was somehow involved in Cossey's death. However, what are the odds that this particular person would be beaten to death in his own garage? It's stated that it wasn't a high crime area. I'm wondering if it's also in an area that's "off the beaten path" too?
     The spring of 2013 was when the my true name and location was unveiled. Both my wife and I had attempts on our lives in the form of intentional high speed vehicle collisions. I've since received several thinly veiled threats to myself and my family. 
     These same people located me by having an unmarked service truck go down the alley behind my home and disconnect my cable. I caught the guy that did it and confronted him. I asked him who the hell he thinks he is to disconnect my cable. He hooked it right back up, apologized, and took off like a scalded dog!
     Shortly there after, Century Link salespersons came through the neighborhood offering very low rates, which was a false promise, which was also no surprise. They were also very tardy in hooking everyone up. Century Link has a terrible reputation for customer complaints. I assert that they tried awfully hard to get this particular ISP location, ahead of much more upscale locations.
     If smart and honest people make an independent study of the FBI Cooper vault files, they can see for themselves that the case was taken off course with a false focus on the Merwin Dam area. I also point out that it's easy to see that the taunting documents are interrelated by comparing the evidence on those same documents among one another. And, I also state that it's easy to observe that certain FBI agents were correct in making a linkage to the Zodiac killer documents!
     Bear in mind the FACT that the bulk of those same taunting documents are comparable, yet there are practically damn few, to no taunting documents that the FBI posted in those files that don't directly compare! You can bet that they received one hell of a pile of taunting documents from all over the country, if not the whole world!!!!!!!!!


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These next two documents found in the FBI's Cooper vault files are non-sequential. Note the file numbers in the lower right corner. Of all of the taunting documents the FBI received, some agent(s) made a point by saving the ones that show linkage among one another. So far, I'm finding evidence that practically all, and maybe every single one of them were from the same person: envelope86.jpg  paraclub1.jpg You can easily see that the BD and DB's initials match up. There are more examples of this. There are many more points of comparison, I'm simply indicating the most obvious ones.
So, it's very obvious that Zodiac Jack wanted the BD hint to be prominent. By way of the documents, both Nanette and myself strongly assert this means Black Dahlia. Make no mistake...JonBenet's remains were posed as a mimic of the way Elizabeth Short's/aka the Black Dahlia's remains were posed.


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Well Nanette, my current sidetrack is to deal with the subject of Thomas J Colbert and his book and website. On one hand I suppose I should be grateful that Colbert filed a Cooper FOIA lawsuit, but on the other hand I'm pretty miffed. When I read his lawsuit list of arguments or points or so-called evidence, he tripped my BS detector at least three times. If I included hearsay things added to that, the number would be much larger.
     He claims that he has an associate that has decoded five of the letters. However, he only posts the decode methodology for the "I Knew" letter. I don't doubt the possible validity of that particular decode, but it doesn't prove that his darling suspect, Rackstraw, composed any of the letters. As a matter of fact, in the lawsuit he cites a 'question document examiner', but misleads those reading it, by quoting the examiner as having used the term "similar", which simply isn't conclusive evidence! Sorry Colbert, but it's misleading the way you did that. The same goes for the way you wrote your take on Tina Mucklow.
     Furthermore, not only was it not in Rackstraw's character to have written any of these documents, he was much younger at age 28, than the eyewitnesses all said the UNSUB was. The stewardess was right with the UNSUB, and did not pick Rackstraw out of a photo line up.
     Now, knowing what we have seen with the Arthur Leigh Allen factor, and the John Mark Karr factor, it's not at all a stretch to think that Zodiac Jack would have rigged Rackstraw or one of his associates in as a "default" fall guy, as a matter of fact, it is something we should expect.
     There are some interesting things that Colbert has come up with about the Cooper case, and I'm not out to piss him off, but it seems to me that his goal has been to make Rackstraw fit and to sell his book, and to dominate the narrative.
     I'll defend the FBI on this one, Rackstraw probably ain't Cooper. (I was gonna exclude the term "probably," but I need to remain objective)
     What I'm seeing with the FBI, is evidence of some great detective work being skewed by people above their pay grade. Hoover probably had thin skin, but I'd bet that many FBI special agents are only interested in the truth.

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Here's some more food for thought. This is purportedly the clip on tie. Notice that the clasp resembles a 'spy glass.' And, it turned out that it had a rather large list of very specialized particles on it. From my experience of research, this is clearly a message, and... elaborate messages are what Zodiac Jack was all about: tie.jpg  In this next document, note the sign-off as Copperhead. Now review this in terms of the US Civil war. "David Bartholomew" implies that approximate era too. Ponder what he probably meant by this, because the Cooper case is truly "loaded" with cryptic messages. Thank God that the FBI retained these documents, we might see the FBI folks in a new and positive light:
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I meant to mention before that the stamp used on the B.D. envelope is Zodiac 101 Roosevelt (Eisenhower) I believe... I will look back, but this is yet another stamp that matches the crimes we have included, and DB Cooper also sent in a historic San Francisco Trolley stamp with a sailor hanging off one side, and a man in a suit and "tie" with a briefcase hanging off the other. I laughed when they said that the suspect lived in Oregon. My booty, he lived right here in California where the first letter was mailed and the last one to my knowledge in the 4-7 days immediately after the crime.
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Nanette, I did notice the trolley car stamp and had also forgot to mention it! It's uncanny how much these documents bring to you and me.
     Go look up the zig-zag pathway that Colbert claims Rackstraw took to mail the taunting documents and please tell me what you can about that pathway. You can find it at dbcooper.com. If you can't find it, let me know. It goes to your "my booty" point that you just made. I know, ha, ha, ha! I can't stop grinning!
     I used to hate James Comey...now he's my hero!

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So in lieu of this note just being found, I think it is probative to examine since the letter "I" stands out on first glance when compared to Jack's cursive writing. I have an appointment but will be back shortly to address this!


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Description by the crew. 8 red sticks, about 6" x 1" in left corner of briefcase, "looks like big firecrackers." two rows of sticks, four

on top of four, wire attached to dynamite with red insulation. battery " like flashlight battery, but about 6" high, and as big around

as my arm. red sticks are about the color of my uniform".

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Now compare this to the bus bomb diagram in Zodiac
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So I would take this to mean that everyone circa 69-71 was using 6 V batteries as an ignition source, huh?



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OK Nanette, if I follow you correctly in post #163, the top note is in Tarrance's hand, but where did you get the bottom note from?

Are you pointing out the word "Jumper" in the bus bomb diagram too? If not, you should be!

I've never seen that brand of a 6 volt battery before. The reports are that red colored sticks of dynamite were no longer in production near the time of the hijacking. Beige colored sticks were more the norm. However, your image there shows red sticks with the word "DYNAMITE" on them. Was this from a prop or what?

Somewhere and recently I postulated the idea that Cooper was carrying phony props in the briefcase, or "attache,'"because of the report of red colored sticks. My understanding is that Cooper recovered his own notes from the stewardesses. I wrote the idea that they were made from hollow paper tubes and that while he was in the restroom, and while the money and chutes were being brought on board, he was burning up the bomb evidence. That's what I would have done, the same goes with the one note that he composed himself. Then he'd have had room for the cash in the case, inside a gutted parachute case. But Tina Mucklow, I think it was, said he was tying the money bag to himself.(?)

 As far as a 6 volt ignition source...I simply don't know the answer to that. Maybe, but usually some kind of a percussion or blasting cap is used to set off explosives. 6 Volts could certainly be made to work.

I do know that old time dynamite was made from nitroglycerin absorbed by sawdust and if it sits around too long, the nitroglycerin settles out and the stuff can become dangerous to handle. It has a one year shelf life. Alfred Nobel invented dynamite.

I take the red sticks of dynamite as ruse, but I can't blame the airlines or FBI for playing it safe. Oh, I read that the only crew members to see the bomb, were the stewardesses. The passengers were told that the plane was having mechanical problems, but some passengers did find the UNSUB's appearance to be peculiar. 


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