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New DB Cooper research claims a man named William J Smith is the real 1971 hijacker

Every Thanksgiving Time (The anniversary of this Hijacking) we get a new suspect.... Here is the latest

A new suspect has entered the decades-old DB Cooper hijacking mystery.

An anonymous US Army data analyst now believes the person who hijacked a commercial airplane in 1971 and parachuted from the aircraft with $200,000 cash is a deceased man named William J Smith.

The analyst turned his research in to the FBI this summer, claiming there were 'too many connections to simply be a coincidence' according to The Oregonian.

This comes amidst hundreds if not thousands of people investigating the case, claiming they have finally discovered the true identity of DB Cooper.  

Investigators dedicated to uncovering the true identity of infamous 1971 airplane hijacker DB Cooper (right in police sketch) claim they now have the final pieces of evidence that proves he is William J Smith (left)
Investigators dedicated to uncovering the true identity of infamous 1971 airplane hijacker DB Cooper (left in police sketch) claim they now have the final pieces of evidence that proves he is Vietnam veteran Robert W. Rackstraw (right)
The notorious hijacker, who is one of the 20th century's most compelling masterminds, hijacked a Boeing 727 at Seattle-Tacoma airport in 1971 and held its crew and passengers hostage with a bomb

The man dubbed by the FBI as DB Cooper, who is one of the 20th century's most compelling masterminds, hijacked a Boeing 727 at Seattle-Tacoma airport and held its crew and passengers hostage with a bomb.   READ MORE

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