Schaffner conveyed Cooper's instructions to the cockpit; when she returned, he was wearing dark sunglasses. Later that night he is imforfed that his needs habe been met and the plane will land and his needs will be met in exchange for all passangers. Once he has the money and the parachutes he redirects the plane now being flown by a minimal crew twords newmexico ordering all of them to remain in the cocpit. This man will later jump off that not using the parachutes given to him by the fbi in the exchange, but he takes the civilin set of parachutes instead. Somewere along that flight mr cooper will jump from the plane with 20,000 more dollars than he origanoly boarded it with.
United 93 is a 2006 film written, directed by Paul Greengrass that chronicles events aboard United Airlines Flight 93, which was hijacked during the September 11 attacks by Al-Qaeda. This day was a big day for the US because four planes were hijacked 1 was intended for the White House but did not hit, 1 went into the Pentagon, and 2 hit the World Trade Center. The most curtail were the 2 which hit the World Trade Center which killed nearly Four-thousand people. The reason that Flight 93 did not hit its target was because of immediate action taken by onboard passengers. The first thing that passengers did was they went after one of the hijackers who had a bomb strapped on to himself.
Those would be: air defense were told to stand down, planes didn’t make the twin towers collapse, bombs did, insider traders knew about the attacks before it happened, cell phone calls from the plane were fake. Some believe air defenses were told to ‘stand down’. This conspiracy exists because it us rumored that the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) set out the jet fighters late the day of 9/11. It was also rumored that they sent the jet fighters away from the 9/11 hijacked airplanes on purpose to make sure they would reach their targets. The North American Aerospace Defense Command is prepared to send out fighter jets, which can debilitate or shoot down an airplane.
Cooper. On November 24, 1971, shortly after takeoff from Seattle, Washington, a man in seat 18c of Northwest Orient Airlines handed the flight attendant a note that started one of the most famous cases in FBI history (Pasternak). The man’s name, at least according to his ticket, was Dan Cooper (Mysterious Disappearances in U.S. History), and the note claimed that he had a bomb and that he would detonate it unless his demands were met (Pasternak). Cooper demanded $200,000, four parachutes, and “no funny stuff” (Brad Meltzer's Decoded). At the Seattle-Tacoma Airport, in Tacoma, Washington, he released thirty-six passengers and two crew members once his demands were met (Pasternak).
But there is also a darker side to it, even darker than the crime itself. The Cooper theft led to a new world where hijacking is possible. In just a few short years, taking control of airplanes filled with hostages became too regular an occurrence. I don’t think we can pin that trend entirely on Cooper, but his crime did take a lot of trust out of the people, they once had toward air travel. FBI files states on November 24, 1971 shortly after take off from Seattle, Washington, a man in seat 18c of Northwest Orient Airlines handed the flight attendant a note that started one of the most famous causes in FBI history.
Jerry Wexler, who was a record executive from Atlantic Records, saw the band play at a record release party and asked them to play the Montreux International Jazz Festival in Switzerland. They were the first unsigned act to play at the festival. They were booked on a jazz acoustic night, which was supposed to be soft music, but because of Stevies loud sound the crowd didn’t like it and started to boo them. As they went backstage, thinking that the show was a disaster, celebrities David Bowie and Jackson Browne happened to be in the audience. Browne asked the band if they wanted 72 hours of free studio time at his studio in L.A. Also, David Bowie asked Stevie to play on his album Let’s Dance.
But then again relatives from the bin ladens got acces to fly from USA back to Saudi Arabia. That sounds like a really odd idea from a policeman(in the documentary after the relatives flew back home), who wanted to investigate them and so on. Maybe it was because of Bush's close relationship to the Bin ladens which invested alot of money in the Bush family. Now Bush was set to attack the terrorists, in Afghanistan. But why did he go for Iraq then?
Davidson talks about how shocked the locals at the airport were to see a black man trying to rent a plane, luckily for Smallwood, and eventually Davidson, the instructor at this airport was a visionary who saw past Smallwood’s color and after putting him through the proper procedure rented him a plane. Smallwood
Actually, I believe they did, I personally believe that the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and the crashing of Flight 93 does not accurately add up to it’s ashes. On September 11, 2001 the media/government reported that terrorists hi-jacked two U.S. commercial airplanes that struck the World Trade Center. Although how could the terrorist successively pass through security and board a plane with weapons, especially after the D.B. Cooper incident? How could such a hateful crime be planned and executed so flawlessly without any suspicion of an attack?
A real life example given by the ACLU is “In December 2001, an American citizen of Middle Eastern descent named Assem Bayaa cleared all the security checks at Los Angeles airport and attempted to board a flight to New York. Upon boarding, he was told that he made the passengers uncomfortable by being on board the plane and was asked to leave. Once off the plane, he wasn't searched or questioned any further and the only consolation he was given was a boarding pass for the next flight. He filed a lawsuit on the basis of discrimination against United Airlines. United Airlines filed a counter motion which was dismissed by a district judge on October 11, 2002.