Hijacker DB Cooper Finally Identified and Earn Miles for Paying Bills Service Will Survive a Bit Longer

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  1. If it’s from fox (fix) news, it’s got to be fake…but sure to amuse trump tonight.

  2. Air India has a violently militant trade union, a staggeringly inefficient staff that results in huge losses. It probably needs to be owned by an Indian company (which country when it is frequent victim of terrorist strikes would give access to a majority of its airports to a foreign company?). If the debt was wiped out and the Gov’t agreed to bear all losses in excess of $100m maybe….

  3. The fact is, there was no D. B. Cooper. The hijacker never used that name. He was known as “Dan Cooper,” with “D. B. Cooper” bring simply a media invention.

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