Have you ever wondered who and what happened to D.B. Cooper? Is it possible for someone to stump the whole country including the FBI? Well someone figured out how to and his name is D.B. Cooper. In this paper, it will explain what happens to D.B. Cooper, but also what they say is his identity. I believe, after many weeks of research, that D.B. Cooper didn’t die and survived the hijacking. My two theories of D.B. Cooper’s case are that he survived the hijacking and secondly he died from the jump.
During the Civil Rights era, segregation and discrimination were common prejudicial treatment of black people in America. Some people accepted this unfair treatment, while others fought for equality. The Tuskegee Airmen were a group that were strongly devoted to having equality in gender opportunities. Also is Jackie Robinson, one person from this era that had a great deal of influence on racial equality.
The facts of this case are the son of the famous aviator Charles Lindbergh was kidnapped from his home on March 1, 1932. About two months later, the toddler body was discovered in Hopewell Township near Highfields in New Jersey. After an autopsy, the medical examiner determined that the cause of death was severe injuries to the head resulting from a fracture skull. After an in-depth investigation, Hauptmann Richard was detained and charged with murder. In 1935, Hauptmann was eventually found guilty of this heinous crime and sentenced to death.
In 1932, the Lindbergh baby kidnapping electrified the country. Bruno Richard Hauptmann was eventually tried and convicted for the murder of young Charles Lindbergh, Jr. Hauptmann pleaded his innocence right up until his execution in 1936.
Do you think aliens are real? Yes, many people think they are just some made up theory, but In think they are wrong. I think aliens are real and lots of other people agree and they have proof by taking pictures and videos. Also the army found proof and kept it hidden from the world. The army found a UFO crash and on a mountain but they got rid of it, so people wouldn't find it and put it on the news. Lots of people have seen and taken pictures and put it on line and make stories about them so people can see them.
On July 7, 1947, strange, unidentifiable material was recovered by a rancher outside the city of Roswell, NM. Was it debris from a crashed spaceship or a top-secret military experiment? The debate has waxed and waned for years. In the process, Roswell has become synonymous with all things like UFO and attracts tourists each year. The US government considers the “Roswell Incident " a closed case - saying the debris was from a wrecked high-altitude balloon launched to spy on the Soviets. Subsequent reports of alien bodies are attributed to a combination of bad wartime memories, hoaxes
“To Catch a Bombmaker” by Clay Dillow appeared in Popular Science in October 2015. Catching a Bombmaker does not come easy; you must have intelligence, surveillance, and knowledge behind the science of a bomb. In “To Catch a Bombmaker” these three things led to a terrorist being caught in the action. Mr. Dillow’s purpose for writing this piece is to inform. Dillow is very professional in his writing. He goes into depth and great detail about this Al-Qaeda affiliate’s story. If readers do not know anything about the process of catching a bombmaker, Mr. Dillow’s writing allows them to be greatly informed. This article appeals to anyone who is interested in Government operations, and Science. This piece of writing is very well written. Proper
The first homemade bomb exploded at a university in Chicago in 1978. Although, not known as the Unabomber yet, his antics continued sporadically over the next seventeen years. In the FBI case file, it stated that along the way, he sowed fear and panic, even threatened to blow up airliners in flight. This home grown terrorist was the worst in American history. After reading this summary, you will have a clear understanding of the sheer terror that Theodore (Ted) Kaczynski cause for over a decade in America.
A man in Hollywood was arrested earlier this week for derailing an LAPD helicopter that was searching for a fleeing suspect with his drone.
Area 51 is a government research ground as well as a top-secret military base approximately one-hundred miles outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. Although a lot about this area is not much of a secret, as of 2013 the only public access allowed is to Extraterrestrial Highway. Even on this highway the ground is surveyed with drones and ground sensors. No one can get close to Area 51 without the base being notified. Members of Area 51 use whatever force necessary to keep the public away from the secret grounds.
On July 27, 1996, in Atlanta, Georgia a bomb was detonated at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. One person was killed from the blast, and nearly 100 people were injured. However, the blast was believed to have had the ability to kill many more if it was not for one man. Richard Jewell was a former deputy sheriff and security guard for a college. Jewell was working a temporary job as a security guard at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics when he found a suspicious backpack (Sack, 2013). Jewell quickly alerted law enforcement and began to move spectators away from the backpack; moments later the backpack exploded. Jewell was quickly called a hero for his quick thinking and actions that likely saved many lives. However, that praise soon turned to blame for the bombing, and Jewell would become infamous for being judged and shamed by the media, even though he had done nothing wrong (Sack, 2013).
The Manhattan Project might have ended in 1947, but its effects lasted far past that (Palmer “The Long Shadow Of The Manhattan Project Part I: The Atom Bomb And Science”). One of its more prominent effects was the Atomic age when thousands of nuclear weapons were created and tested including the hydrogen bomb (“The Development and Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons”). To this day, the hydrogen bomb is the most powerful nuclear weapon, with the energy of 15,000 kilotons of TNT (Palmer “The Long Shadow Of The Manhattan Project Part I: The Atom Bomb And Science”). The Atomic age was also included the Cold War, when Russia and America competed fiercely in a nuclear arms race, though they never actually fought with the weapons (Majerol “The Atom
"Bryson, you did well on your last mission." I said in a serious, monotone voice. "Thank you!" he said in a high pitched, extremely fake sounding southern accent. He started to blush. "To reward you, us people here at the Junior Educated Rich Kids Society, or J.E.R.K.S., have selected me to be your partner on a patrol of the Mexican/American border to make sure the overlord DaLingo does not try to smuggle illegal chickens over the border." He smiled too enthusiastically. "Ooh, sounds exciting!" he commented. Man, I hated this guy. We proceeded to head towards the gold jet in the hanger with the conceited looking brat painted on the side. This was the Super Non-detectable Overseeing Bomber, or S.N.O.B. When we boarded
The passenger’s family had a lot of questions regarding how their loved ones died. Were they conscious while the plane was coming down? Did they feel anything? Could they have felt anything? (Miller) Before the report was released, the passenger’s families were briefed on what happened. Robby Oehlers, his cousin Daisy was a passenger, said “They showed us the fragments that were inside the plane”. Also Oehlers said “it was so quiet, you could have heard a pin drop.” (Brulard) Jordan Withers, his Uncle Glenn was a passenger, said "So that doubt that I wanted clearing up in all this — was he in any pain and would he have been conscious in this — still remains and that's quite upsetting." (Miller) The families still didn’t understand why the
Flight 2501: On June 23, 1950, Northwest Airlines Flight 2501 was on its way from New York to Minneapolis at the hands of experienced pilot Robert C. Lind, and was carrying 58 passengers. Due to bad weather, when the flight was near Chicago it changed course and turned over Lake Michigan. Around midnight, Lind requested permission to drop altitude from 3500 ft to 2500 ft, without ever specifying a reason. His request was denied, and that was the last communication Flight 2501 ever had. It’s last known position was supposedly within the Michigan Triangle.