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Originally posted by MuzzleBreak
Cooper's best, most timely prediction, made 2.5 months before 9/11.
He was shot by LEOs less than 2 months after 9/11.
In July 1998 he was charged with tax evasion and an arrest warrant was issued but not executed, resulting in his being named a "major fugitive" by the US Marshals Service in 2000.
On November 5, 2001 Apache County sheriff's deputies attempted to arrest Cooper at his Eagar, Arizona home on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and endangerment stemming from earlier disputes with local residents.
After an exchange of gunfire during which Cooper shot one of the deputies in the head, Cooper was fatally shot.
Federal authorities reported that Cooper had spent years trying to avoid capture on the 1998 tax evasion arrest warrant, and according to a spokesman for the U.S. Marshals Service, he had vowed that "he would not be taken alive".
Which leads one to wonder, is the surveillance as good as suggested?
Has it been going on as long as suspected?
Are those involved really competent in analysing the information?
Originally posted by ANOK
reply to post by hellobruce
So when are you going to show us how sagging trusses can pull in columns.
You make comments on the most irrelevant points, and think you're winning the 911 debate?
You can debunk every single claim in existence, but unless you can prove sagging trusses can pull in columns the NIST report will still be in question.
Why can't you all focus on what's important?