(3)Appearing in the first two hours, attorney Galen Cook gave an update on his investigation of D.B. Cooper, the infamous hijacker who on November 24, 1971 parachuted from an airliner with $200,000 in ransom and was never seen again.
Cook provided another photo of the D.B. Cooper suspect (middle top, larger(1)). For comparison, it is pictured next to FBI composite drawings (left and right, modified by C2C listener Kent B.) as well as a photo previously provided by Cook of the Cooper suspect (middle bottom). Click here(2) for larger images and more info.
The new photo shows a "Jump Wings" insignia pinned above the suspect's military ribbons, Cook explained, noting the suspect had parachute experience. He also said the suspect's eldest son recalls his father doing night HALO (high-altitude, low-opening) jump training. Cook briefly discussed a thumbprint from the suspect's military records as well.